thanks Gabi and Jazz yes i have been surfing check first page was a very good window as i was able to get close to it and keep it also in a round shape.
Wow, this is very nice shoot!
Greeting from Spain, Juanje.
Beautiful photo, Steve--and not so incidentally, a beautiful window. I "get" the symbolism of most of it but not all, and I'd like to know more.
i with i knew more that what you see i went for the grand daughters christening when i spotted the window in the dark. i will ask my wife if she knows.steve
steve i was lucky i could get up close and there where no light up top so it was nice and black.
Nice one Steve, best wishes from England, Bob
coloured glass is always a good shot in the dark glad you like it Bob cheers to you my friend. steve
Excellent shot Steve, well done David.
Many thanks David i know you have a few churches where you can do this down in Albany. they have a life of there own in the sun in a very dark room. steve
Well a schooled in fact a closet speaker, even. steve
Great window of Stained Glass! I did some work with stained glass and it find fascinating! Look at this Stained Glass Window was part of a wall in a restaurant, but sadly they demolished the building and I do not know what they did with that wall!
Best Wishes, JLourenco
I am puzzled that you got a goos exposition without any bias effect.
François a lot of light was coming through the window i bet the D90 would do better. steve
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