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March 22
22-MAR-2013

March 22

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Holy Cross Mausoleum

An experimental shot at 14mm using a full frame body and various lens corrections in Lightroom 4.
Worked rather well. What do you think?

Nikon D700 ,Nikkor AF-S 14-24mm f/2.8G ED
1/800s f/4.0 at 14.0mm iso200 full exif

other sizes: small medium original
Paolo Flores11-May-2013 20:38
Very attractive image. Great depth. V
Carl Carbone23-Mar-2013 22:01
Nice work. I do love Lightroom!
Julie Oldfield23-Mar-2013 20:30
Came out wonderfully! Very well done!
Jeff Real23-Mar-2013 14:21
A fascinating view with all of these patterns ~V~
pkocinski23-Mar-2013 13:18
Looks great to me!
Tom LeRoy23-Mar-2013 12:28
Yes, Great shot, Walter. LR 4 is excellent for correction of super wide angle lenses. Really like this tile pattern. V
fotabug23-Mar-2013 01:25
You did a beautiful job! V
Frank Brault23-Mar-2013 00:37
Beautifully composed with wonderful graphics and a marvelous sense of depth and three dimensional feel. The distortion is superbly corrected. Love the light and colors too. V
woody3422-Mar-2013 22:35
Wow !! wonderful perspective with those geometric patterns emphasizing the symmetry and distance with the double doors focused at the end...great work!!!V
LynnH22-Mar-2013 22:34
Really great PoV and lines! No distortion that I can see... V
Sheena Woodhead22-Mar-2013 22:23
Fantastic perspective...and I love all those brown and cream shapes.
Hubert Steed22-Mar-2013 22:15
Perfect! V
Jim Coffman22-Mar-2013 22:12
Wow, this is so cool! Well done,Walter!
danad22-Mar-2013 21:56
Great perspective, reinforced by the geometrical patterns, and fine light. A beautiful composition. V.
Karen Stuebing22-Mar-2013 21:51
Wonderful view down this long hallway. I love the colors, perspective and symmetry. I'd say the processing worked really well. No distortion. V.
janescottcumming22-Mar-2013 21:50
I think it is amazing! The repeating shapes and colors and the perspective really draw you into the image. V
Helen Betts22-Mar-2013 21:49
Wow, Walter, a super image! I love the symmetry of this, and those tiles are totally mesmerizing. V.
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