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One from a while ago now - a visit to Worcester Cathedral back in January, I liked the repeating patterns in this, but never been sure about the processing.
Thanks for looking and comments feedback always welcome.
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wonderful perspective, very well taken.
Excellent image & the doors add a frame to the image.
Spot on Rich.
top shot, like the strong colours and detail,
looks great Rich
Nice shot Richard, very natural for HDR, some good tones and verticals spot on.
Thanks for all your comments everyone and Phil for your feedback.
Fabulous interior shot, wouldn't have the foggiest how to pull these off.
Quote: I liked the repeating patterns in this, but never been sure about the processing.
nothing wrong with the processing on this Richard excellent
Thanks Andrew and Brian for your comments.
Fantastic shot Richad and great light. Very well done!
What a great compostion with excellent detail. I was curious as to see how this would work in black and white so have produced a conversion ~ see mod.
Thanks Marilyn and Albert.
Albert many thanks for the mod I had not thought of a mono conversion for this and having seen yours will now have ago at one.
Looks good Richard
What a fantastic intereior capture Richard, so well composed and captured.
Beautiful image Richard - excellent detail captured !
Well taken - Chris
Good detail and so well processed Richard.
Superb warm tones in the wooden interior, superb detail. Sylvia
A top image.
Agree with Sylvia
Wonderful golden tones and detail Richard. Excellent processing.
Very good indeed. Superb detail and a really strong colours.
Looks fine to me, Richard!
Super interior shot,,detail everywhere.well processed.
Clever, not easy to do I am sure
Nice work Richard
Thanks for your comments much appreciated.
A ggod composition showing so much details
Huge depth and wonderfully straight uprights.
Great shot Richard with nice details. well captured.
Superb detail from front to back, an excellent shot.
Large is a must, superb detail and colour, well captured
A really good shot, Richard, well composed.
Lovely perspective and great DOF.
Spot on for me.. 'specialy with the processing.
Love the rich colours in this one.
Super composition and detail Richard. i agree it would suit a mono conversion.
Excellent low pov. Lovely light, colour and superb detail.
Processing looks spot on to me Richard, nice one.
love the rich tones
love the patterns too
I'm no expert on processing, but this is beautiful. My little church would fit in the choir stall. Such magnificence. Is this an Anglican church?
Thanks for all your comments everyone - very much appreciated.
Joline having look on the website for the Cathedral - it states the following.
'The Cathedral Church of Christ & the Blessed Mary the Virgin, of Worcester is the mother church of the Diocese of Worcester and the seat of the Bishop of Worcester.'
Hope this helps.
A super composition and capture, Richard, excellent detail.
An incredibly rich interior shot to perfection.
An amazing church - terrific shot, such great colours and a wonderfully warm light
Beautifully worked Richard, love the patterns on the floor, excellent detail all round too!
Quote: Huge depth and wonderfully straight uprights.
My thoughts exactly.
Such wonderful workmanship, such a joy to look at
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