Posted by MadScientist (Düsseldorf, Germany) on 22 July 2009 in Art & Design.
Altar in a side aisle of Bonn's Stiftskirche. I don't have any data on it, but I find its similar style to the Neo-Gothic high altar of St. Remigius (right) quite remarkable.
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This is a WONDERFUL presentation! What I'm not sure of is.....did you work on it to create that light effect OR this is the way it was shot? Please, enlighten me!
22 Jul 2009 8:04am
@Japanalia: It's the original light that came in when I took this shot. I was lucky, this was done on a sunny September day.
Wow the light is really quite eerie....nicely shot ms:-)
22 Jul 2009 2:36pm
@Linerberry: Nothing bad was happening here. :-)
This is stunning! Love how the wide angle caught the entire scene from floor to ceiling!
22 Jul 2009 4:25pm
@Claudia: Thanks a lot, Claudia!
You did it quite well. Beautiful light.
22 Jul 2009 4:31pm
@António Pires: Thanks very much, António!
Lovely light here.
22 Jul 2009 6:52pm
@Laurie: Shot on a beautiful September day.
Splendid framing. The light is excellent!
22 Jul 2009 6:54pm
@Ana Lúcia: Thanks very much, Ana Lúcia!
Love the reveal of warm color against the cold black and white glass background.
22 Jul 2009 7:51pm
@Steven: Cheers, Steven!
23 Jul 2009 1:35am
@Kyle: Many thanks, Kyle!
The lighting here has a remarkable effect . . like there is a presence.
24 Jul 2009 12:05am
@Ronnie 2¢: Undoubtedly! :-)
29 Jul 2009 10:54pm
@Twelvebit: The sun is always shining in Bonn. Well, almost.
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