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A tomb

By xwang
I didn't find out much about this..apart from the words on it...It was on the wall of Repton church.I thought that it was really beautiful.. and I had to try my luck. I wasn't sure if it would come out well without noise or blured.. etc..because I had to use small aperture(F13) to get the whole detail of the picture, high ISO(2000) to overcome the dim light inside the church , slow speed(S10/sec)decided by the camera and handheld that I had no choiceGrin, but it seems OK. There is some noise, but I have to accept it this time...Thanks for looking, all comments and criticisms are welcome.

Tags: Tomb Figures Architecture

Voters: morpheus1955, buxton, barbarahirst and 9 more

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21 Apr 2012 11:17AM
You've done exceptionally well with this shot Jasmine.


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Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
21 Apr 2012 11:38AM
What a great example of Elizabethan folk art. You have really photographed it well, too.
The history of this church is very interesting.
pdcche 6 4 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2012 12:06PM
Good afternoon Jasmine, a lovely shot, good detail and an interesting image to show.. Peter
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
21 Apr 2012 1:07PM
Looks sharp on my laptop, and the noise would never be a problem in a church interior, it would add to the atmosphere, although I canot see any anyway on this image (lap top again). Lovely and interesting record, Jasmine.

Ezo 6 7 England
21 Apr 2012 1:07PM
Nice shot, interesting stuff!
PaulLiley 7 2 13 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2012 6:45PM
Exposure is spot on Jasmine. Wonder whats behind the writing and image. Paul
paskinmj 7 11 1 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2012 9:06PM
Great framing and capture.
very good detail for 2000 iso

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