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LesF 11 182 9
17 Jul 2012 9:26PM
Like it Ian, very different, looking forward to the series. One niggle would it be stronger cropping across to take out the windows, but I understand they are integral to the Minster, only a tiny niggle.


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paskinmj 9 11 1 United Kingdom
17 Jul 2012 9:28PM
Wonderful perspective.
iancatch 11 4 45 England
17 Jul 2012 9:31PM
I take your point LesF and I did think about trying to crop them out but the image was based around the column and arch "swooping" across the diagonal which with the tighter crop was lost a bit. Maybe a better solution would have been to use a wider lens but mine only goes down to 18mm. Ah well there is a Christmas present suggestion. Christmas - it wont be long now lolWink

RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
17 Jul 2012 9:45PM
Like this cleverly worked out approach with the column on the diagonal and two examples of the vaulting detail. And haven't you handled the low lighting so well!
A very original composition and shot, Ian.
If I tried this my neck would be complaining for days thereafterWink
iancatch 11 4 45 England
17 Jul 2012 10:03PM

To be fair the composition was mine but the camera did all the hard work with the low lighting shooting 3 hand held bracketed shot on rapid fire at ISO1600. The 8 frames per second fire rate made the hand held (1 handed too) HDR shot possible. This HDR shot comprised of three bracketed shots at -2, -1 and 0 stops.

Glad you liked it though aand glad the composition came over.

LesF 11 182 9
17 Jul 2012 10:35PM
Tilt and shift is the way forward with these Ian, big Xanas present though.

iancatch 11 4 45 England
17 Jul 2012 10:43PM

Yeah you are right but if anyone asks I need a wider lens to forward my photography skills - roll on Christmas LOLSmile

This like I said was taken one handed on the fly as they called us for the tower tour - 275 steps - images from top to follow.

CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
18 Jul 2012 5:19AM
An excellent composition and capture, Ian, looking forward very much to this series Smile Carol
18 Jul 2012 7:36PM
An original composition

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