One of the venues we visited on Sunday which was entirely photographer friendly was Trinity Church on Copley Square. Both Bob and Brian spent a great deal of time shooting with their fisheye lenses and the results are spectacular. You can find their ceiling images here and here. I don’t have a fisheye but the 14mm did a pretty good job of capturing the grandeur of the architecture. I did shoot a few images pointing the camera directly upwards from the centre of the aisle but, just to be different, here’s a shot taken from a corner of the sanctuary creating a diagonal composition.
For those interested in technical details, I’m pretty sure this is the widest bracket I’ve ever used to produce a single image. It comprises 12 separate exposures, each 1 stop apart.
You can find the high resolution version of this image over on Flickr.
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