Photographer's Note

Two months ago I posted a photo of the main façade of this cathedral, which lies to the right of the POV here. Today I saw a recent post of Charo showing the view towards the river below and the 16th century bridge and I remembered that I had still a couple of photos of this little town poorly represented here. I am aware that it isn't such a good photo, but it may serve to represent this cathedral here in TE until someone posts a better photo. It is also my first stitch made with Autopano Pro using 12 shots taken with a focal distance of 13mm (equivalent to 26mm in a full-frame).

Anticipating that some will not like the vertical convergence of the perspective, let me say that I also don't like much the slanted appearance of the tower, but I found that fully correcting the perspective would look unnatural and made the tower look even wider in the top than what already happens in this version.

You can find some notes about the church and the town on my previous post of it.

I have attached a WS to Charo's post mentioned above with a less achieved view of the same bridge with almost the same POV.

Link to all my posts of Coria: *.

Location (latitude, longitude): 39.9822,-6.5369

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Viewed: 1944
Points: 36
Additional Photos by Jose Pires (stego) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4422 W: 612 N: 7301] (24132)
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