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Old Jan 20, 2010, 8:49 PM   #21
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Thanks Shoturtle. I really enjoy shooting the inside of these churches. Id like to do this with other buildings as well.
Here are panoramas of each end of the church.
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If you keep tempting me with all these great HDR, I may bite and try my hand with hydra hdr plug in for aperture. You are slowly swaying me toward PP work.
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Old Jan 20, 2010, 9:37 PM   #22
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Great picks! You need to go back there and shot that beautiful organ. A musician's dream and a great photographic subject.
Im working on that. It took me over 3 months to get permission to shoot for just over an hour and 15 minutes. I got off about 175 shots in that time and I never covered half the church. Still other rooms and windows to get as well as better angles for the parts I did get.
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Old Jan 21, 2010, 12:58 AM   #23
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a very very nice collection bynx....
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Old Jan 21, 2010, 2:58 AM   #24
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The details in those stained glass-windows and the surrounding wallplaster is amazing. You certainly have broken the secret code to do this kind of photography!

And I love those panoarama-stitches, wonderful church and wonderful work!

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Old Jan 21, 2010, 1:50 PM   #25
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More wonderful pictures! I was thinking that you couldn't top that second set of stained glass windows and then you post the two panos. I like the second best, it shows how lovely the whole church is.
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Old Jan 22, 2010, 1:45 AM   #26
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Wow Bynx, this is a sensational series - I just love the amazing details in your windows! Perfect HDR's in my eyes

Then the two panoramas are both great, a really nice church you shot here!
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Old Jan 22, 2010, 8:16 AM   #27
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Thanks all for your kind words. The pics are only a mere reflection of the work done by artisans long since gone. Im looking forward to finishing this one and moving on to the next building.
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Very nice shots on the windows.

I haven't tried shooting stained glass church windows from the inside. I think I'll head out to St. Patrick's Cathedral later today.
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I read a book which was a murder mystery/cop story and it centered around St. Patrick's church. Ever since reading that Ive wanted to shoot the inside. Wish I could remember the name of that book.
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I remember some Lawrence Block cop novels were set in NYC but can't remember if any centered around St. Patrick's.

I took some photos when I have the time I'll post.
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