October 14, 2016

Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption Cathedral (Moncon, New Brunswick)

Digital original, 17 image exposure blend, 3 image stitch
Created during an architectural photography workshop, this image relies on all the things I usually bring to architecture - a tilt-shift lens and both exposure blending, and panoramic stitching. I was not, to be totally honest, all that thrilled about the architecture, being several steps removed from the English Gothic I so love to photograph.
Digital original, 9 image exposure blend
Given how many times I have photographed stained glass, this is one of the few images I have made that really captures how the light of the glass can influence the room into which it falls.
Digital original, 21 image exposure blend, 3 image sttich
I don't think I will ever tire of photographing ceilings - there is something quite thrilling about seeing such a dramatic space rendered well in a photograph.

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