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    Inside St Peter's Church (Cobourg)

    I am working at trying to shoot the insides of buildings, I love the look of the stain glass in the windows, also working on shooting pans inside the church, very hard as the interior is usually dark and the light coming through the glass is blowen out, so I have to process the raw file once for the insides and again for the glass and sometimes a third time to get just the right shine on the wood. They have been very nice to me at St Peters Anglican in Cobourg letting me come in a spend a couple of hours at a time there. Hope you like the image and any suggestion on this image or how I may go about getting those pans.

    Allan

    Inside St Peter's Church (Cobourg)

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    Re: Inside St Peter's Church (Cobourg)

    Beautifully done Allan. Your efforts with the pp work were well worthwhile.

    Dave

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    Re: Inside St Peter's Church (Cobourg)

    Hi Allan,

    A very clear and colorfull image. Maybe a "big zoom" to see only the stain glass? Reflexion of that window on the piano ?.... I think there is to much in this, but as not being there I can be deadly wrong (as in my comments as well)

    Thanks,
    Leo

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    Re: Inside St Peter's Church (Cobourg)

    Beautiful job there. Well done.

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    Re: Inside St Peter's Church (Cobourg)

    That is a very good piece of work. A lot of planning and preparation is required for something like that. Well done.

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