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Photography at Worcester Cathedral

Architectural photo in Worcester Cathedral featuring the Norman crypt which was built way back in 1084 which would have been part of the original monastic church. This was quite an awkward angle to shoot even with a my 14-24mm maxed out at 14mm! Luckily there was just enough space with my face pressed up against the wall for me to use my pano head. It meant that I could shoot with my camera in portrait mode, whilst panning from left to right taking 5 frames which overlapped so they could be stitched. Each frame consisted of 7 brackets with one stop increments ranging from -3 to +3.

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Posted by timothyselvage on 2015-05-09 05:38:00

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