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The Altar • St Andrew's Uniting Church • Brisbane by William Bullimore
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Details:
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mk II
Lens: Canon EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye
Exposure: 5 exposures (-2,-1,0,1,2 EV)
Aperture: f/8
Focal Length: 15mm
ISO Speed: 100
Accessories: Manfrotto 190XB Tripod, Manfrotto 322RC2 Heavy Duty Grip Ball Head, Canon RC1 Wireless Remote
Date and Time: 5 April 2011 2.52pm

Post Processing:
Imported into Lightroom
Exported to Photomatix
Tonemap generated HDR using detail enhancer option
Exported tonemapped image to CS5
Curves layer for contrast adjustment
Hue/Saturation layer
Noise reduction layer
Unsharp mask filter
Crop tool
Re-imported back into Lightroom
Added keyword metadata
Exported as JPEG

From St Andrew’s Uniting Church Website

St Andrew’s was built during 1904 under the supervision of its architect George D. Payne. It was opened and dedicated as a Presbyterian Church in 1905. Situated on the corner of Creek Street and Ann Street, the red brick and concrete building has been a Brisbane landmark since its construction in the days of the horse and cart. Its design with strong architectural forms including prominent tower, semi-circular arched openings and steeply pitched gables brilliantly exploits the potential of the constrained sloping site.

This church building is an excellent example of the ecclesiastical architecture emerging in the late 1800s of Romanesque and Byzantine influences as opposed to the Gothic style. It is one of the earliest buildings in Brisbane employing this Romanesque detail and form. Other significant features include the early church seating, elders’ chairs and communion table, open auditorium, prominent pipe organ and tiered chancel.

Comments

  • Gary Kelly
    Gary Kellyover 3 years ago

    If there were no religion, I wonder if there would be no art. Certainly, there would be no pyramids. Anyway, that aside, another gem, William. I took a photo of my $30 hotel room in Walcha the other day but it doesn’t scrub up half as well as your pic.

  • LOL thanks Gary. Very true about religion and art too.

    – William Bullimore

  • Lozzar Landscape
    Lozzar Landscapeover 3 years ago

    Superb work!!

  • Thank you Lorraine.

    – William Bullimore

  • Željko Malagurski
    Željko Malagurskiover 3 years ago

    Fantastic!

  • Thanks Zeljko.

    – William Bullimore

  • Kathy Baccari
    Kathy Baccariover 3 years ago

  • Bob Culshaw
    Bob Culshawover 3 years ago

    Thank you for sharing your artwork with the Photomatix HDR Group!

  • Polly x
    Polly xover 3 years ago

  • Fred Mitchell
    Fred Mitchellover 3 years ago

    Fish eye certainly gives you a new look at things.

  • Thanks Fred.

    – William Bullimore

  • katekreations
    katekreationsover 3 years ago

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