Inside York Minster 2

Inside York Minister 2

Yesterday’s shot was taken in the centre of the cathedral, this time I went right to the end and this is looking back down the cathedral. Thanks to HDR you can see the window at the far far end of the cathedral. I went for a more HDR feel to this shot. I think yesterday’s was pretty spot on so it would be pointless to reproduce the same shot just from the opposite side. So I went for a different feel to this shot. The odd thing is from this side you don’t see any of the lights so its more natural.

HDR from 3 RAW’s // Camera: Canon 30D // ISO speed: 200 // Shutter Speed: 10 // Aperture: f22.0 // Metering: Average // Flash: OFF // Focal Length: 10.0 // Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6

3 responses

  1. You have put me to shame in my home town! Fantastic image. Mal

  2. Both of these are beautiful shots, far better than the ones I took a few years ago. York was just about my favorite place I saw on my trip to England.

    By the way, the cathedral is called the York Minster, not Minister. Minor point, though — the photos are terrific.

  3. Wow…
    And detailed..