St Magnus Cathedral – Interior

In my last post I promised you some shots of the interior of St Magnus’ Cathedral, well here you go…

It really is a beautiful Cathedral, very warm and welcoming with lots of interesting details. If you get an opportunity to visit then I highly recommend that you take the tour, as you get to see the upper levels of the Cathedral and the guides are extremely knowledgeable. Liz and I are really looking forward to re-visiting at Christmas this year and we can’t wait to see the lovely red sandstone walls be-decked with festive decorations and sparkly lights.

Just a quick note on the post-processing – I’ve used some of these interior shots to experiment with the detail extractor and tonal contrasts in Nik’s Colour Efex Pro 4. I’m really pleased with the results, but I would of course welcome your feedback.

© Mark Simms Photography (2013)

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10 Responses to “St Magnus Cathedral – Interior”

  1. cainscaptures

    wow what a fascinating place! You captured it perfectly. I love all the different perspectives you used 🙂

    Reply
  2. Ross Flett

    As on of the upper level tour guides in St Magnus Cathedral many thanks for sharing your excellent photographs and your kind comments with regard to this wonderful building

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    • Mark Simms

      Thanks very much Ross, it’s one of my favourite Cathedrals I think and the tour is excellent, so thanks to you and your colleagues for the excellent work. I’m sure we’ll visit Orkney again someday 😊

      Reply

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