The Anglican Cathedral 3 Jan 0828 Jan 14 by Pete I’m not 100% sure on this one. Tags: Architecture Black-and-White Canon-30D HDR Pete Photographer and part time Spider-man. Related Articles Hello In Old Not a happy bunny In Old Firecrackers In Old 8 thoughts on “The Anglican Cathedral” I think maybe the walls of the cathedral are too light. The real thing is a deep red sandstone but from this you may think its a much lighter stoneface. I do like this angle and the sky though. “I???m not 100% sure on this one.” No, I think you’re right, it is the Anglican Cathedral ;-) Looks good to me Pete. I know a few people who might have tried to correct the converging verticals (I know someone who hated them so much that he recent bought a Canon Tilt and Shift lens!), but I like the perspective of this shot as it is. a very impressive building – well captured in your image :) I’m of the opinion that it hasn’t worked either Pete, for two reasons: The angle of the cathedral is wrong in that it’s too front-heavy without showing just how deep the building is. Secondly, you’ve pushed the building over to the left (in order to get the railings in?) and I don’t feel there’s a balance there. B&W HDR works very well though :) Happy New Year! excellent use of perspective and great tones – the sky is perfect I think including the railings to the right gives you a real perspective of just how enormous that building is. Otherwise you’d have little frame of reference. It instantly shows you the size in comparison to the environmental factors around it. I like everything about this one, the perspective, the tones. It gives the church a very good sense of character, like it’s alive…if that makes much sense. ^^; Comments are closed.