One of the surprise finds during our vacation was Dunblane Cathedral. I knew the cathedral existed and had driven through the town a few times but had never stopped. Last week we found ourselves needing to find lunch while driving past Dunblane so we stopped in and, after eating, took a look around. Wow! I had no idea the building would be so impressive and have such an interesting history.
The church building dates back to the 11th century with various pieces constructed between then and the 15th century. The last major work was a restoration which started in 1889 and was completed 23 years later in 1912.
For the photographically-inclined, I didn’t have a tripod with me that day so I shot this handheld on my new Olympus OMD E-M5ii and processed it in AuroraHDR 2019. The in-camera image stabilization really worked nicely for the long shutter speed exposures. There’s a bit of shadow area noise here that I don’t like due to the fact that this was a quick-and-dirty 5 frame bracket (no tripod so I couldn’t check my histograms between exposures) but, overall, the result is pretty acceptable, I reckon.
For the technically inclined...
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