"Cathedral of Christ the King" is a Roman Catholic Church in Hamilton, Ontario Canada. The Cathedral was consecrated on 19TH December 1933 as William Russell Souter (architect) designed Cathedral of Christ the King during 1931-3 and Joseph Pigott was a construction giant who controlled the family business which also build the City Hall, the Pigott Building, Copps Coliseum and others.
This is the seat of the Bishop of the Diocese of Hamilton, and the cathedral of the Diocese of Hamilton. The cathedral contains the CATHEDRA (Bishop's Chair.) The south side of the bell tower, is the cornerstone blessed by Bishop McNally, builder of the Cathedral and fifth bishop of the diocese. It is a stone excavated from the Roman Catacombs to symbolize the cathedral's unity with the ancient Christian church, the first generation after Christ.
To start off I used the Hoya F72 filter, having camera resting on the SILK able 300 dx tripod and fired the camera with the Pentax Remote Cable-Release.
POST PRODUCTION STEPS
- Open the RAW capture in Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo X2
- Using the Channel Mixer the Red Channel to 0 leaving the Green alone and Blue to 100
- Using the Channel Mixer the Blue Channel to 0 leaving the Green alone and Red to 100
- Saved in Adobe Photoshop default format
- Closed the file in Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo X2
- Open the Photoshop file in Adobe Photoshop Elements 7
- Under Auto Level Command
- Re-sized to 600 pixles by ?
- Using the UNSHARP MASK to sharper as needed for the illustration
- Saved in JPEG for upload to this SITE.
|Camera:||Pentax *ist DL2 |
|Lens:||smc PENTAX-DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|
|Date Taken:||1 Mar 2013 - 2:18 PM|
|Exposure Mode:||Not Defined|
|Flash:||Off, Did not fire|