On a day in September as hot as a summer day, I caught this in a Cathedral in Amsterdam. A nice american lady said, that it looked like a nice camera I had there, but that she would precious her pictures just as much I would mine, even though her camera was much smaller.
I had been in the church many years before and knew it was beautiful, so I wanted to go back and get this shot.
The photo is a 7 shot HDR photo. I did the tonemapping in Photomatix, and then took all seven exposures + tonemapped into Photoshop as layers and blended them together, until I liked it. I tuned the colors a little and did some final sharpening. Photo by: Jacob Surland, http://www.caughtinpixels.com Licensed creative commons non-commercial v4.0. No derivative Work. Protected by Pixsy.com.
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