A religious experience

© Irene Suchocki

A religious experience

Uploaded: March 24, 2006

Description

I took this photo at Montreal's Notre Dame Cathedral. I had to take it handheld, since no tripods are allowed. I used an ISO setting of 1600 and saved it in RAW so that I could keep as much tonal information as possible.

Comments

Glenn E. Urquhart March 24, 2006

Excellent interior capture, Irene! Geometric lines, very colorful, DOF (hard with existing light)... Well Done, Great Photo! Cheers, Glenn. #414412

Jeff Robinson level-deluxe March 24, 2006

Wonderful image Irene! Great comp, color, lines! Excellent work!! Jeff #2569618

Irene Suchocki March 24, 2006

Thanks! This was the first time I shot using RAW. I definitely understand the benefits now. I was quite amazed at how much color information there was, given the high ISO setting. #2570212

Inge S. Lasmana level-classic March 24, 2006

Very beautiful details and wonderful color, Irene! #2570372

Roger Bernabo March 24, 2006

Lovely image irene and what a great tip... 1600 in RAW; I rarely shoot in raw but that would certainly help if one were using ISO 1600-- thanks! #2570442

Irene Suchocki March 24, 2006

Roger, I think RAW is definitely the way to go for interior shots. There's very little noise and you can adjust the color temperature and tint too, which helps greatly when shooting under incandescent or fluorescent light. #2570597

Melissa G. Meiselman March 24, 2006

Totally sensational..colors unsurpassed, well framed, too. #2571167

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