Sometimes you just get that lucky shot and it makes you smile all over. Such is the case with these two images. I was inside of each building heading towards the exits when I stopped and knew I just had to try and capture what I saw. As those who photograph know, shooting from the dark into the light can get a bit dodgy at times but other than straightening one image, cropping, and some define and sharpen – here they are.
The first shot is from the inside of St. Patrick’s Cathedral in NYC which is undergoing some freshening up, hence all the scaffolding. There will be more shots from inside the church at a later date. The other is from the inside of Trump Tower in NYC where I took the wrong turn and nearly forgot where I left DH who was sitting patiently waiting for me in the atrium.
AV – F 5.6 – 2000ISO – 1/64 – 50mm prime
AV – F 4.5 – 100ISO – 1/80 – 50mm prime
I think they came out well … in fact love them…
Thank you. I really like them.
Wow.. these both turned out so sparkly and I love the play with lines! xx
Thanks! They were both one of those “look look!” moments and I had to run with them. xx
Great job! The lighting is so nice, and I love the reflections on the floor! My 50mm is my favorite lens (of the ones I have, anyway), it always produces the sharpest and most interesting photos! 🙂
I just got it a few weeks ago and am learning how to work with it but my 100 macro is still my fave. Doing reflection shots got to be a habit after awhile. So many shiny things in NYC. thanks
Nice shots 🙂 You should enter them into Canon’s Project Imaginat10n https://www.longliveimagination.com
Thanks. I will look into it.
I especially like #1!
Thanks. I took sooooooooo many pictures inside of the church. When things slow down I will have to post them. It was beautiful in there even with all of the scaffolding.
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Thank you 🙂
Beautifully shot, Teri!
Thank you and I wasn’t in any danger of getting hit by fast moving objects either 😉