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Thursday, November 18, 2010

San Fernando Cathedral - Revisited

Today's shot is a wide angle shot of the interior of San Fernando Cathedral, located in San Antonio Texas. I first shot the interior of San Fernando back at the end of September and I finally made it back to take a wide angle shot, allowing me to get more of the stained glass windows and a more accurate representation of the interior of the church. I included the original shot that I took and posted as well for comparison sake.

I am much happier with the wide angle lens photo, I feel it is a much more accurate representation of the lighting (and color!) within the Cathedral. As always, any thoughts, questions, or comments are ALWAYS appreciated!

Wide angle lens shot of San Fernando Cathedral

First shot (standard lens)

1 comment:

  1. Fantastic photo with the wide angle lens. What lens did you use? Can you give us the tech specs on the shot? My pastor wants me to photograph the inside of our church. I just got a Canon 6D and 50mm 1.4. I want a wide angle like yours but am confused as to which focal length to get. Thanks,