Cathedral, thy name is Basilica

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  1. Axle

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    A shot of the altar of the Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal, QC. Taken on a Rolleiflex 2.8F with a Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm 1:2.8 lens on Fuji Astia 100F.

    Scanned on a Epson V500 @ 2400 DPI, fix'd in Photoshop CS5 (Levels, Colours, Sharpening)
     
  2. perkeleellinen

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    Wow, great colours, especially how the blue contrasts with the warm yellows and reds.
     
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    The crazy part is it actually looks like that in there.
     
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    Wow.. That is a very stunning pic. What exposure settings, do you recall?
     
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    Rather different to the Basilica's I photographed last week, all in ruins, or in one case partially restored. Very nice.

    Ian
     
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    I believe it was f/11 @ 10 seconds....
     
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    Fabulous photo! Such great and rich colours, very well done.