Durham Cathedral Without Pews


Photo Information
I had a call last night to say the cathedral was open today for photographers for a small fee. The cathedral had been transformed for the filming of the Avengers ,,,,,no not that one.
All of the pews had been removed which is very rare. Taken with the K01 and Sigma 8-16 mm
12/05/2017 - 16:17DOIK
CategoryArchitecture
Shutter Speed1 sec
Aperturef/8
LensN/A
ISO200
Focal Length16mm
Views/Likes48/2

go4IT

Link Posted 12/05/2017 - 16:54
Nicely done.

nocturnal

Link Posted 13/05/2017 - 02:14
Great exposure there and good example of converging lines.

Nice 😃
"In a photographic context I don't like the use of the word 'shot' as where I live this word refers to an extreme act of violence and not the beautiful craft of photography"

go4IT

Link Posted 13/05/2017 - 05:03
The laws of perspective dictate converging lines, as when the highway up ahead of you appears to be getting narrower the further away it is from you. And as Nocturnal mentioned earlier in reference to my photo "Heavenly Shades..." another example occurs when a lens is not set parallel to a fixed subject, but is, say, tilted upwards, then in effect one part of this fixed object appears to be closer to the camera than another part, and so again we have converging lines and the subject appears to be tilting. This can be a good thing, as is strongly demonstrated here, where we expect strongly converging lines. In other cases, where convergence is not expected, it is a question of personal taste whether the convergence is a "good" or "bad" thing. De gustibus non disputandem est.
Last Edited by go4IT on 13/05/2017 - 05:05

alfpics

Link Posted 13/05/2017 - 15:16
What a great opportunity - and well taken!
Andy

Teaka53

Link Posted 13/05/2017 - 20:23
alfpics wrote:
What a great opportunity - and well taken!

Totally agree
Malc

davidwozhere

Link Posted 14/05/2017 - 01:42
I suppose this is as it was meant to look originally? Pretty impressive
Both the *istDS and the K5 are incurably addicted to old glass

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