The Golden insides of Notre Dame
The inside of the grand cathedral of Notre Dame is a great place for HDR. Normally, I don't like getting other people in the shot, but sometimes, it's unavoidable. So, since I use a tripod, I don't mind a bit of motion here and there... seems to give the place a sense of movement and life. Being in a big Catholic church also reminds me of the four years of Latin I had to take at my Jesuit high school back in the day. If you guys ever want to hear a dead language, just let me know!
In other news, I am collecting a few ideas for Twitter or Facebook contests that you have seen in the past. The publisher (Peachpit) and I are poking around for some of the best and most successful ideas for book giveaways when it is released. Frankly, I don't want any of those brash contests that are "My 10,000th Follower gets a Free Book!" or "Retweet this 20 times to win!" -- none of that nonsense. I want something that is fun, engaging, and works! Any and all ideas are welcome! You can send them here or via Twitter.
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