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Kings Chapel
30-MAR-2004 Sean McHugh

King's Chapel

King's College - Cambridge, England

Image composed of four camera angles in portrait orientation.
Original Image Size: 22 Megapixels

Canon EOS 300D Digital Rebel ,Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
30s f/5.6 at 40mm (64mm at 35mm equivalent) and iso100 (for all exposures) full exif

other sizes: small medium original
Dan Perry08-Dec-2007 22:12
Absolutely unbelievable shot. I'm jealous.
Guest 13-Jan-2007 07:41
Amazing!!!! I really love this picture....
Guest 24-Mar-2006 05:17
Great photoshop work! Almost perfect, I see that the building roof is not perfectly horizontal. Good work.
Guest 09-Mar-2006 09:59
Hi Sean, great image! What software do you use for stitching?
Sean McHugh17-Apr-2005 22:39
John Devlin:

You are right in that the cornerstone was laid by Henry VI, however Henry VII and VIII provided the final funding to complete the half-finished chapel. Henry VIII's particular contributions were the woodwork, interior screen, and encompassing stained glass. The woodwork still bears Henry VIII's initials next to those of Anne Boleyn, but you are indeed correct in saying that it's initial foundation began far before their infamous marriage. I'll add to the wording at to reflect this.

Christopher 10-Feb-2005 20:31
Hello, Mike Dekker?
You do not've seemed to comment on the photograph.
Have you changed you mind, or are you just being stubborn?
If you haven't changed your mind, I advise you to go into King's Chapel and view it inside and out, then you may just see the rarity of such fantastic camera work.
Christopher 10-Feb-2005 20:29
Hi. I've been told you will change the lighting?
If so, only change the lighting on the outside, because one can view the stained glass well, which is rather a treat when looking from outside.
Also, does anyone else comment on this photo?
Christopher Beale 08-Feb-2005 10:03
Hello again, just to say that Mike Dekker, sorry if I offend, seems not to have ever been, because the stained glass looks really beautiful and the lighting is just so (perhaps a little overdone I'll agree.)
Christopher Beale 08-Feb-2005 10:01
This picture is wonderful!
I used to be a chorister here, and I've seen many cheesy photos, but this is very impressive and shows King's Chapel as the interesting place that it is!!
Wooden Shoe Photography09-Dec-2004 05:46
Guest 02-May-2004 06:02
wow! Just how did you do that!? Amazing! :)