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Anglican Cathedral Alter Liverpool. I wanted to record how the area has a dominating effect on the individual, by tilting the camera up slightly, depicting the organs and detail in the roof. I have also put this image up for some advice as well... I was going mad when I seen the flair from the roof and organ, but I know that flair can be a problem with lenses that have wider focal lengths such as 12-24mm (Sigma model used), in certain situations. Cloning over the flair would have made it look completely false, I actually used a glove at one point, but to no avail! I have also heard that if you use the hood it creeps into the frame. Can anyone help?

Other details than those stated
Focal Length: 12mm
Shutter Speed: 30seconds
Aperture: f22
ISO: 200

Tags: Architecture Architecture interior liverpool

Voters: AidanT, KathyR, naturenut and 1 more


AidanT 13 49 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2007 10:18PM
This looks like a great photo but unfortunately you've loaded it up too small for me to tell. Try uploading by 600 pixels on the longest axis and save at strength eight quality jpeg if this is possible

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scouser 13 3 England
13 Nov 2007 10:30PM
great photo david and this is a great cathedral. you have done it proud. nice shot and i will have to take a walk down there someday as i havent been in there for about 7 months and will take my camera..,,phil
naturenut 17 1.8k England
23 Nov 2007 12:29AM
I was just browsing the Calumet site ... did you know that your shot is their photo of the week ?
Well done Smile
naturenut 17 1.8k England
26 Nov 2007 10:54AM
7 Jan 2008 5:42PM
stunning capture nicely lit, great detail, andys0707
electricsoup 13 30 England
7 Feb 2008 5:28PM
congrats on the photo of the week dave.

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