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Old Feb 21, 2007, 8:04 PM   #11
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When I want a must have ceiling shot I lie on the floor.
This is not in the ceiling, Jerry. It's in the wall above the altar. There is a matching window directly across from it above the chapel door. The camera was about 20' high shooting parallel to the floor. I'm sure very few people over 125 years have seen it from this angle.

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Old Feb 21, 2007, 8:24 PM   #12
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When I want a must have ceiling shot I lie on the floor.
This is not in the ceiling, Jerry. It's in the wall above the altar. There is a matching window directly across from it above the chapel door. The camera was about 20' high shooting parallel to the floor. I'm sure very few people over 125 years have seen it from this angle.

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I stand corrected dangerous but very nice shots.
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Old Feb 22, 2007, 9:45 AM   #13
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Lovely work...looks like a kalidescope design...pardon the spelling...donna
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Nicely done Fred, Love stained glass pictures, I find it a difficult subject.
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Old Feb 22, 2007, 1:17 PM   #15
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Nicely done Fred, Love stained glass pictures, I find it a difficult subject.
With the very bright sections next to quite dark it is a challenge.EV bracketing comes in handy (even though I didn't use it here). The outdoor lighting conditions are obviously important. The best situation is brightly overcast with snow on the ground and roof tops to get the light coming as evenly as possible from all directions.
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Old Feb 22, 2007, 4:24 PM   #16
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Very nice exposure on the stained glass.
Glad to see your getting up in the world.
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Kewl ... like #2 & #4 best. They bring out the richness of the colours. For the spectator, worth your risking life & limb.
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Old Feb 22, 2007, 7:56 PM   #18
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Kewl ... like #2 & #4 best. They bring out the richness of the colours. For the spectator, worth your risking life & limb.
Lowering the evfrom -1/3 to -2 increased the shutter from 1/50s to 1/200s on #1 and #2 (f2.8 on both).Adjustment theevfrom -1/3 to -1 2/3 got 1/125s at f4 to 1/250s at f3.2 on #3 and #4. As rafinmelb said, you lose the dark frame.I'll take the 'richness of colors'.
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Beautuful work, Fred. Careful on that ladder, buddy ; )
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Old Feb 22, 2007, 11:02 PM   #20
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Beautuful work, Fred. Careful on that ladder, buddy ; )
Hey, Nick! Glad you like. How are things in Malta? Missing the midgets in Philly.
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