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Stained Glass

By James_C
Thank you for your continued support. This is a detail of the stained glass window known as The Presentation of Simeon at The Temple. It is by Clayton and Bell, is in the Lady Chapel in Chichester Cathedral and was presented in memory of The Countess of March, who died in 1879.
I hope you like it. Please feel free to criticise - its how I learn.
Exposure 1/1000
Aperture f/1.8
ISO 64
Exposure Shutter Priority

Thank you for looking,

James

Tags: Architecture Specialist and abstract Portraits and people

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Joline Plus
13 30 54 United States
27 Jun 2009 11:53AM
Yes! The panel shows much better than the whole.

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James_C 10 36 56 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2009 12:02PM
Thanks Joline. I tried alsorts with the larger version to no avail so went this way instead.

James
Phil1958 10 272 4 Wales
27 Jun 2009 1:11PM
Superb image - exposure very well handled. No problem with your cc on my shot, to be honest it was a grab shot as I spotted her coming towards me at quite a pace and I was using a tripod so not very mobile. I may try some cloning later on the original, thanks again.
dbedford 11 6 England
5 Jul 2009 10:03AM
Love church glass windows and so often overlook on this site.
David
James_C 10 36 56 United Kingdom
5 Jul 2009 10:09AM
Thank you Phil and David for your comments, they're very much appreciated.

James

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