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    Just a few from the Cathedral, first time I've used the tripod for the interiors and fixed the ISO at 100, since my film days.

    Chester Cathedral by Stackman1, on Flickr

    It was a cloudy day.

    Chester Cathedral by Stackman1, on Flickr

    Chester Cathedral by Stackman1, on Flickr

    Thanks for looking


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    Making the effort to use a tripod is something I should do more of...especially where the subject challenges hi iso limits...its paid off here.
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    Thanks Brian,

    I did take too long, the wife and daughter both walked off! The cathedral was set up for a concert so it limited the options to mainly detail, but overall worth the practice.


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    Nice set


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    It's a long time since I was in Chester cathedral but I remember it being a sunny day and being fascinated by just how pink everything appeared - looks rather better on a cloudy day...

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