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Taken 24-May-16
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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Churches
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Keywords:Architecture, Building, City, lines, Chichester, Sussex, England, United, Kingdom, Church, religion, Christian, Cathedral, stone, arch, roof, Norman, Saxon, Sony, Sigma, 10-20, wide angle, Buildings, Historic, HDR, photography, photos, photo, picture, pictures, scenic, texture, pic, dslr, high dynamic range, photomatix, tonemapped, tonemapping, light, old, west sussex, Anglican, topaz, photoshop, geometric, perspective
Photo Info

Dimensions5359 x 3570
Original file size10.5 MB
Image typeJPEG
Color spacesRGB
Date taken24-May-16 16:36
Date modified2-Jun-16 16:50
Shooting Conditions

Camera makeSONY
Camera modelDSLR-A700
Focal length10 mm
Focal length (35mm)15 mm
Max lens aperturef/4
Exposure1/8 at f/8
FlashNot fired, compulsory mode
Exposure bias0 EV
Exposure modeAuto bracket
Exposure prog.Manual
ISO speedISO 100
Metering modePattern
Digital zoom0x
Chichester Cathedral Cloisters in Mono

Chichester Cathedral Cloisters in Mono

The present building of Chichester Cathedral dates back to 1108. The Spire and 2 towers have had a chequered history due to subsidence. One of the Towers and the Spire have collapsed and been rebuilt over the centuries. The Cloisters were built in the 15th Century.

When I was on the way to take pictures of Cycle Racing at Goodwood I stopped off at the Cathedral to take some pictures of the Cloisters. This shot was taken at 5.35 and as the Cathedral closes at 6.00 there were far less people around than usual. It is also the only part of the Cathedral where you can get a Tripod out without objection. The picture was taken with a tripod with a Sony A700 with a Sigma 10-20 wide angle zoom at 10 mm. I I took 3 shots for HDR processed in Photomatix using detail enhancer. I copied the minus 2 image in as a new layer and used a layer mask to apply that only to bring down highlights. Further processing using Topaz Clarity and the mono conversion with Topaz B&W Effects. .