All of the visible wood in Heinz Chapel, from its entrance doors, each of which weighs 800 pounds, to the choir stalls, chancel rails, pulpit, lectern, and narthex screen are made of Oak.
The chapel was designed in a neo-Gothic style. The chapel’s modified cruciform plan, stone vaults, high ceilings, repeated arches, and extensive use of glass are typical of American academic and religious architecture from about 1900 until after World War II.
Taken 11/22/11 – during our Welcome PA photo shoot in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
HDR/Tonemapping in Photomatix Pro
3 exposures: -2, 0, +2
Canon 60D, 18-135mm lens
Layering and post processing in Adobe Photoshop