The Pillars of God

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    This is an awesome church in Paris. These places are great to photograph. I believe this one was taken inside Le Sacre Coeur up near the altar. At the PhotoWalk, I had a few questions about how to get a tripod into a church, of all things! I wrote up a 10-step guide for this sort of activity a while ago that you can view at your leisure!

    I'm spending the weekend in Atlanta. It's about 10 degrees cooler than Austin here, which means it's still inhumanly hot! I did get a chance to do a little shooting this evening. I'll see if I can grab the sunset tomorrow night! I don't yet have a good Atlanta shot... I'll hope for some good clouds!

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    1. From Any Angle 68 months ago | reply

      You just never cease to amaze me! This is magnificent.

    2. Vincent Montibus 68 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous tones !
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    3. Dj Poe 68 months ago | reply

      Perfect timing.. I'm gonna check out your information about getting a tripod into a church, I've been wanting to do a shot like this and was wondering how to go about it... Beautiful work

    4. Thelonious Gonzo 68 months ago | reply

      Trey, My Dawg.

      I grew up in the ATL.
      Check out "The Varsity" if you haven't already.
      It's a very unique, extremely old school joint downtown close to the Georgia Tech area. There are some great HDR opportunities in there and some Chili Dogs that will send you straight to the hospital they are so good.

    5. Mark:) 68 months ago | reply

      Well you've done it again, another brilliant shot, I must be doing some thing wrong as the school teacher will say "must try harder"!!!

    6. let_it-be 68 months ago | reply

      yours HDR are soooooo good

    7. Neets & Dre 68 months ago | reply

      Great HDR work.
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    8. Philerooski 68 months ago | reply

      Okay! But I'm trusting your boy scout honor!

    9. r a r a r a j | fotography 68 months ago | reply

      Churches are the best place to take HDR... Europe is like church heaven :) This one is mind blowing Trey !!!

    10. Fresnatic 68 months ago | reply

      Beautiful color, detail and light. Instant favorite.

    11. Khem ☺ 68 months ago | reply

      Amazing work very beautiful!!

    12. ScooteRoo 68 months ago | reply

      The lighting in your recent photos are spectacular!

    13. Apogee Photography 68 months ago | reply

      This is such a great photo! I love it! Thank you for sharing!!

    14. Jens 68 months ago | reply

      Hi Trey,

      amazing HDR.
      Just for your info ... surely it cannot be in Sacre Coeur.
      Last time I went there I could not even point my camera anywhere without the watchmen shouting "no foto" and nearly at the same time telling some other tourist to be silent.
      However i believe that the coin-to-souvenier machines in the back of the church would make for a nice HDR picture ;-)

      Cheers, Jens

    15. nabilishes [on and off] 68 months ago | reply

      funny advise u have there.
      btw great shot as usual coming frm u trey

    16. Gert van Duinen 67 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called HDR Ultimate, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    17. mlsnp 62 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Perspective and Symmetry, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    18. ∃Scape 55 months ago | reply

      Superb picture! Only thing it's not the Sacre-Coeur this one is Saint-Philippe-du-Roule :)

    19. DASEye 53 months ago | reply

      Awesome shot, if you ever get to Toledo Spain, there's a church there that at the right time of day the light catches the altar and it looks like god is lighting the church.

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