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Derby, England.

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My "Derby Cathedral – Walk To The Altar "Series:

The Cathedral of All Saints (known as Derby Cathedral), is a cathedral church in the City of Derby, England. It is the seat of the Bishop of Derby, and with an area of around 10,950 sq ft (1,017 m2) is the smallest Anglican cathedral in England.

The original church was founded by King Edmund I in about 943 as a royal collegiate church; however, there is no trace of its existence today. The current cathedral dates from the fourteenth century, although it appears to be based on an earlier medieval building, which drawings show was about the same size as the present church. It may be that it became structurally unstable and was pulled down. The tower dates from 1510 to 1530 and was built in the popular perpendicular gothic style of the time.

The cathedral contains the oldest ring of ten bells in the United Kingdom. Other treasures include an eighteenth-century nave with a wrought iron Rood screen by Robert Bakewell, the memorial to Bess of Hardwick, and the Cavendish brasses, including those of Henry Cavendish and Georgiana Spencer, the wife of one of the Dukes of Devonshire. (Source: Wikipedia)

Nikon D60
18-55 mm lens
handheld
aperture priority
f/3.5
1/100
ISO 400
exp +0.3 step
focal length 18 mm
no flash
3 images stitched together using Autopano
single file converted to 3 exposures in PS (-1, 0, 1)
tone mapped in Photomatix
topaz adjusted spicify in PS

Tags

architecture, church, derby cathedral, hdr, interior, music, organ pipes, panorama, wide angle

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Comments

  • etienneUK
    etienneUKover 4 years ago


    Thank you for sharing your work with the Photomatix HDR Group. This wonderful example of a Photomatix-processed image has been accepted into the Group!

  • nataraki76
    nataraki76over 4 years ago

    Brilliant!

  • thanks

    – Yhun Suarez

  • Natalie Broome
    Natalie Broomeover 4 years ago

    Fantastic, I love the colours!

  • many thanks Natalie!

    – Yhun Suarez

  • Polly x
    Polly xover 4 years ago

  • Judith Hayes
    Judith Hayesover 4 years ago

    Congratulations!

  • wow…thanks very much Judith!

    – Yhun Suarez

  • 6strings
    6stringsover 4 years ago

    Perfect clarity! Fantastic shot!

  • thank you ..much appreciated

    – Yhun Suarez

  • katekreations
    katekreationsover 4 years ago

    Featured in Christian Churches, Statues and Crosses 6th April 2010

  • thank you so much!

    – Yhun Suarez

  • ginabgood1
    ginabgood1over 4 years ago

  • thank you Gina!

    – Yhun Suarez

  • Debbie  Fontaine
    Debbie Fontaineover 4 years ago

    Wow this walk to the alter series is fantastic.I can’t even choose which one I like best.o.k. yes I can it’s this one. very very wonderful work. Hey you changed your avitar were you scaring people- hee hee.

  • very kind words Debbie, I apreciate it thanks!
    about my profile pic: I promised myself that when I get featured as an artist in a group that I will change it to sumthin a bit more presentable -hopefully I won’t scare people anymore ..heehee! :)
    thanks again!

    – Yhun Suarez

  • paolo1955
    paolo1955almost 4 years ago

    Wow…I did a tour across your HDR images….You have a knack for taking fantastic photos.This organ looks like a Cavaillé-Coll workmanship.

  • thanks, im truly honoured by your kind comment Paolo – it means a great deal to me…i look up to your work and your great achievements..
    on another note, i did have a quick research about Cavaille-Coll, it does not say that this particular organ is his work.

    – Yhun Suarez

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