Lemery Church I

Thursday, March 30 | |

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Kodak CX7430 Auto, aperture at f3.00, shutter speed at 1/15 sec., focal length of 42mm, no-flash, ISO 140


This is the inside picture of the main Catholic church in Lemery, Batangas.

6 comments:

ROB said...

Churches always present such difficult lighting but you have managed this one perfectly. Love the light reflections on the floor too.

John said...

This is very well composed, did you use a tripod?
Very well lit and exposed, nice shot.

Sidney said...

Excellent ! Perfect !

eye said...

ang liwanag pero hindi blurred ah, galing! pag nasa loob ng simbahan, lagi ko pinapatong camera kasi ang dilim eh hehe!

Toni said...

Wow! Tis is a gorgeous shot, Doc!

Emer said...

Thanks, my friends. 'Glad you liked it. I'm learning that church interiors are indeed a challenge for photographers, especially for neophytes like me. Maybe the church doors helped too, they were open and big enough to let some light in.

John, I regret to tell you I don't have a tripod yet. I was lucky my hands were steady that day.

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