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Dresden Frauenkirche 2

Dresden Frauenkirche 2
Copyright ©2012, Mike Leadbetter ¤

Extraordinary light inside the building. Unfortunately, I only managed a couple of frames before being informed that photography was not allowed inside.

Photographer: Mike Leadbetter ¤
Folder: Winter
Uploaded: 2012-Feb-20 12:46 EST
Current Rating: 0.00/0 (Weighted rating: 8.00)
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Camera: Olympus E-620
Lens: Olympus 12-60mm f2.8/4.0 SWD
Lens Adapter: None
ISO: 1000
Aperture: f/4.5
Shutter Speed: 1/60
Focal Length: 12mm
Flash: No
Tripod/Monopod: No
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Yes, I've had the same experience with my camera both in Europe and Brazil... and it's really difficult to hide a DLSR. Would like to see this in colour..

Robert Melnyk HoF ¤ $1 at 14:19 EST on 2012-Feb-20 [Reply]

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Yes, an all-too-familiar story. I was berated in Durham Cathedral for happy snapping. It's not often you'll hear this, but I like the noise in this image.

Chris Pattison ¤ $1 at 15:32 EST on 2012-Feb-20 [Reply]

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Beautiful natural light, too bad the photography police got you but at least you got a couple of frames, and this is a good one.

Charles Bonham ¤ $1 at 17:24 EST on 2012-Feb-20 [Reply]

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The Frauenkirche is extraordinary for so many reasons. It was built like this to maximise a very tight site, galleried upwards with no space at all outside. Now, of course, there are acres of space outside. It's extraordinarily beautiful inside with wonderful pale marbles and fabulous light. If only I'd had the 9-18 then.

Mike Leadbetter ¤1 at 19:35 EST on 2012-Feb-20 [Reply]

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Chris, I added the grain in Silevr Efex Pro to mask the 620's sensor noise. It's a variation on HP4.

Mike Leadbetter ¤1 at 19:57 EST on 2012-Feb-20 [Reply]

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I do like it, Mike. Even the grainy noises are working well here.

Yoki Soufyan ¤1 at 06:42 EST on 2012-Feb-21 [Reply]

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I also like the grain and the black and white conversion is great

Jeremy Sanson Win ¤1 at 13:42 EST on 2012-Feb-21 [Reply]