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A 10 frame HDR panorama image of this lovely Chapel. 10 portrait mode shots (2 sweeps of 5), tripod used and Nodal Ninja NN3 MK II Panoramic VR Tripod Head Kit

PLEASE VIEW LARGER

1089 views, 10 Features and 36 favouritings at 22nd November 2011

Canon 400D, Canon EF-S 17-85mm IS USM Lens at 17mm. ISO 100, f8, 3 bracketed shots per frame _2,0,+2 EV’s Tonemapped in Photomatix 3.2.6 and finished in CS4

Originally constructed at the end of the 13th century, construction was completed by Bishop Martin.

The Sedilia and tombs were added by Bishop Gower in the 14th centrury.

In the 16th century, Bishop Vaughan remodelled the Lady Chapel giving it a vaulted roof.

The roof lead was stripped in the mid 17th century and the vaulted ceiling eventually collapsed in the mid 18th century.

Restored in 1901 by Oldrid Scott the chapel still retains many medieval features. (Source: St David’s Cathedral Website)

A superb history of the Cathedral can be found Here

Featured in ‘Retired and Happy’ Group 30th July 2010

Featured in ‘Freedom to Shine’ Group 1st August 2010

Featured in ‘Australia verses UK’ Group 5th August 2010

Featured in ‘Photographers Vault’ Group 6th August 2010

Featured in ‘Religious Architecture’ Group 13th August 2010

Featured in ‘Religious Art and Photography’ Group 15th November 2010

Featured in ‘Postcard Destinations’ Group 7th December 2010

Featured in the ‘HDRI – No Holds Barred’ Group 26th May 2011

Featured in ‘Solo Exhibition’ April 2011

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bob culshaw, cathedrals, churches, featured work, hdr, interiors, panorama, pembrokeshire, st davids, wales

Comments

  • 1stImpressions
    1stImpressionsalmost 4 years ago

    a beauty bob…fave from me

  • Thank you so much Steve, and for the fave!

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Kim Slater
    Kim Slateralmost 4 years ago

    wow Bob, this is stunning – great work. A fav for me too ;o)

  • Thank you so much Kim and for the fave too!

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Sandra Cockayne
    Sandra Cockaynealmost 4 years ago

    Stunning and excellent capture! Instant fave! S:)

  • Thank you so much Sandra and for the fave too!

    – Bob Culshaw

  • wendys-designs
    wendys-designsalmost 4 years ago

    beautiful shot

  • Thank you so much Wendy.

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Kelvin Hughes
    Kelvin Hughesalmost 4 years ago

    Bob- Fantastic Mate!!! a Fav too!

  • Thank you so much Kelvin – I appreciate that – and the fave too!

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Anna Shaw
    Anna Shawalmost 4 years ago

    OH WOW!!!!!! (Not that I am jealous you understand) This is truly wonderful.
    xx

  • Thank you so much sweetheart I always appreciate your comments – you are always so supportive. Thanks for the fave too! xx

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Jadon
    Jadonalmost 4 years ago

    The master strikes again..excellent shot..

  • Hey Jase thanks for your fabulous comment. I am blushing now! I’m afraid I just can’t keep away from Cathedrals!

    – Bob Culshaw

  • igotmeacanon
    igotmeacanonalmost 4 years ago

    wow bob, this is a good en, i like the fish eye lens effect you got and the subtle hdr work is spot on!

  • Thank you so much Pete, I truly appreciate that.

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Simon Groves
    Simon Grovesalmost 4 years ago

    i love this rendering of a room! I t doesnt look like a photo or a painting… It looks real! I love it!

  • Thank you so much – I appreciate that.

    – Bob Culshaw

  • RedHillDigital
    RedHillDigitalalmost 4 years ago

    Nicely done, Bob, I’d love to be a fly on the wall when you do one of these!

  • Thank you so much Howard. Ok, it takes me a little time to take the images, setting up in great detail, the processing takes much longer – tonemapping, stitching and satisfying myself with the final image. Labour of love really, I really enjoy it rather than taking a ‘straightforward’ shot if you see what I mean.

    – Bob Culshaw

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