St. Nicolas Church

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    danvartanian, altamash, kenyob, and 41 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. soozika 107 months ago | reply

      Hail to thee, fisheye! Bril.

    2. mikefranklin 107 months ago | reply

      thanks :) the fisheye was really quite stunning to use in churches, as there's a really better impression of size.

    3. caleb! [deleted] 106 months ago | reply

      I had somehow missed this set. This is my favorite of the set. Darn cool! (I'm going to be saying that all the time now.)

    4. mikefranklin 106 months ago | reply

      oh no! well, there are a lot of photos to wade through... glad you like it!

    5. mikeletron2 101 months ago | reply

      this picture is insane, and magic too, unbelivable at large size!

    6. mikefranklin 101 months ago | reply

      grazie mille! fisheye + hdr is about the only good way to get a reasonably well-lit image of a large part of a church. :)

    7. Steffen M. Boelaars 100 months ago | reply

      My goodness what an amazing shot. I got to go and find out how to do HDR with my D200 right now. Too inspiring.

    8. mikefranklin 100 months ago | reply

      thanks! HDR is pretty fun; I find that it and my fisheye do a really exceptional job at showing the beauty of churches such as this.

    9. nycbirds 93 months ago | reply

      You did a great job photographing this Sid.

    10. Michael Tuuk 66 months ago | reply

      This picture just came to my attention. Very cool.

    11. iospia 64 months ago | reply

      Did you use a tripod on this? It is a fantastic shot!

    12. mikefranklin 64 months ago | reply

      no, no tripod, they're too cumbersome.


    13. Dany3R9 25 months ago | reply


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