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Great tyro 2019-03-26 5:50

Hi dear Romana,

What a beautiful church interior! And what a perfect photograph of it!

You have managed the incredibly well as the lighting conditions appear to be very poor. Did you use a tripod or just lie on your back and hold your camera very steady? :)

That ceiling is amazing and you have captured every colour and every tiny detail in it perfectly in your photograph. A very fine symmetrical composition with lovely soft lighting, perfect rich colours, perfect exposure and exquisite details and sharpness.

Fabulous!

Kind Regards,

John.

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Old 03-26-2019, 01:07 PM
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Hi John, thank you for your kind words. I am not sure about what I did. Been playing quite a while. Tripods and flashes are not usually allowed, so what I sometimes do instead, is that I put the camera on self-timer and put it on the floor. I do not think this was the case. I think it was hand held, trying out my manual 20mmm Tokina Firín lens and pushing the ISO to 4000.* The church was very very dark. But the fast lens is splendid.

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Romana
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