Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Iansky, Sep 16, 2011.
I visited one of our local old churches (12th Century) today.
Awesome. I especially like the interior shot! Great lines! What lens was that shot with?
For the exterior shot, the church merges with the tree on the right side with no distinct boundary or contrast. Maybe a color version would work better to add contrast in this case!
I took the outside shot with the 20mm, there is only this perspective you can get that allows you to see the most of the church due to the trees surrounding the area.
The inside shot was taken with the 14-45 at 14mm setting and using available light / self timer.
I am currently shooting in col and converting to B&W, on my Mac I can see the separation between trees & church and the large tree on the right has distinct separation from the middle distance.
I really like the interior shot with available lighting. What an interesting church!
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