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Sala capitular, Catedral de Sevilla

Camera Model: ILCE-7RM2
Lens: 16-35mm F2.8 ZA SSM
Focal Length: 16 mm
Aperture: f/5.6
Exposure Time: 0.067 sec (1/15)
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Wow, Paul - what an excellent image!

I love the symmetry you've got there and the details are nicely held as well - not always so easy to do in subjects such as this. The floor combined with the extra wide angle really draws you into the image to what, I am assuming, is either some sort of altar piece or reliquary box sat there. To top it off the colours are well saturated but not overly so - it just has a fine balance.

Well done and thanks for sharing this with us. BTW - did you also try a vertical shot to go with this as well...?

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Virtually perfectly symmetrical so I suspect tripod use or, more likely, adjustments in processing. I have almost never found older structures to have such perfection. That said, this is a spectacular image for all the reasons Neil mentioned - colors, patterns, details. Having the perfect symmetry avoids the distraction to my eye of having things off a bit, probably a feature that always bothers my eye and maybe not so much to others' eyes.
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You really know how to get the best out of that 16-35 Paul!
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Originally posted by owenn01 owenn01 wrote:



Well done and thanks for sharing this with us. BTW - did you also try a vertical shot to go with this as well...?


Yes I have. I'll be posting in a separate thread for the holiday tour!
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Originally posted by Roger Rex Roger Rex wrote:

Virtually perfectly symmetrical so I suspect tripod use or, more likely, adjustments in processing. I have almost never found older structures to have such perfection. That said, this is a spectacular image for all the reasons Neil mentioned - colors, patterns, details. Having the perfect symmetry avoids the distraction to my eye of having things off a bit, probably a feature that always bothers my eye and maybe not so much to others' eyes.

Unfortunately no tripod Roger. The blessings of the electronic viewfinder. Get it as straight and symmetrical l as I can and as I am a sucker for symmetry I skew the living daylights out of all of my images in Photoshop to get it right.
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Another great one Paul and I'm looking forward to the complete set, for sure!
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Originally posted by brian33 brian33 wrote:

Another great one Paul and I'm looking forward to the complete set, for sure!

Thanks. It is in the making Brian. Slight problem is I used two cameras, one on daylight saving time and the other not, so fixing a logical order is not straightforward.
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Originally posted by Snegren Snegren wrote:

Slight problem is I used two cameras, one on daylight saving time and the other not, so fixing a logical order is not straightforward.
exiftool can be fairly easily used to adjust the timestamps. If your cameras use different filename prefixes the command is quite simple, if these are different camera models then you need options to detect the camera. If you have two cameras of the same model and same filename prefix for both, then things can get hairy, although that can happen already when filename numbers overlap...
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You also can do it easily in Lightroom. Just select all the photo's from one camera and in the library module (metadata menu) you can change the capture time. Just change the capture time of the "most selected" image and move that up (or down) 1 hour and all the other selected images will then be offset with the same amount.
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Originally posted by Hezu Hezu wrote:

Originally posted by Snegren Snegren wrote:

Slight problem is I used two cameras, one on daylight saving time and the other not, so fixing a logical order is not straightforward.
exiftool can be fairly easily used to adjust the timestamps. If your cameras use different filename prefixes the command is quite simple, if these are different camera models then you need options to detect the camera. If you have two cameras of the same model and same filename prefix for both, then things can get hairy, although that can happen already when filename numbers overlap...

Thanks Hezu, I have tried exiftool but I don't understand how it works. No IT wizzard here.
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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

You also can do it easily in Lightroom. Just select all the photo's from one camera and in the library module (metadata menu) you can change the capture time. Just change the capture time of the "most selected" image and move that up (or down) 1 hour and all the other selected images will then be offset with the same amount.

Thanks for the tip Pieter. Did it manually, it was only 24 images.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote angora Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 February 2020 at 18:54
beautiful!!! and intrigued now- what the original image looked like?
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