Posted by MadScientist (Düsseldorf, Germany) on 22 August 2010 in Art & Design.
One of Finistère's beautiful stained glass windows (1853-1870, de Pluys and Richard Berns). Unfortunately not all of them were in a good condition like this one.
My (old) coffee-table book of selected postings.
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22 Aug 2010 6:19am
your control of the light and exposure is outstanding sir!
22 Aug 2010 7:59am
@Ted: Many thanks, Ted! It's not as difficult as it seems! (ISO 800, f5.6, ca. 40mm, just try)
22 Aug 2010 11:26am
@Othersideblue: Cheers, Othersideblue!
You really have become the master of photographing these windows - I do not remember ever seeing such perfect presentation of the details as you have here. All so natural.
22 Aug 2010 3:52pm
@Ronnie 2¢: Like with the ceiling shots, it's not so difficult once you've gotten it: (not so) high ISO, f5.6, short exposure will give good results.
Crikey the exposure is near perfect, so good you could eat it!
22 Aug 2010 6:43pm
@Curly: Many thanks, Curly! Crikey - cool expression! :-)
Careful preparation has given you superb shot, the contrast has been managed perfectly.
22 Aug 2010 8:35pm
@Michael: Many thanks, Mike! Much appreciated!
Ha, I like Curly's expression! Crikey! Yes, you are the master of these windows - I shouldn't even try to capture them!
22 Aug 2010 9:59pm
@Christine Walsh: Please do it, it's fun!
23 Aug 2010 12:25am
@Jen: Thanks very much!
23 Aug 2010 9:50am
@Olivier: Thanks, Olivier!
Very well photographed.
23 Aug 2010 2:09pm
@António Pires: Many thanks, António, much appreciated!
means 5 stars :)))
Ok I am not gonna comment each one of them but your serie on the cathedral is of the hook.
Great great job!!!
24 Aug 2010 10:07pm
@DowsherVision: Many thanks, DowsherVision, much appreciated!
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