By Mark Simms
© Mark Simms Photography (2016)
York Minster: Choir Screen Detail
York Minster: Reserved For Deanery
Thanks Susan 😊
Wonderful choice of composition and you’ve captured the glow of the ceiling and the detail in the windows. Impressive.
Beautiful capture of a great architectural ceiling. Very good Mark.
Such beautiful architecture great shot!
This is great! I love interior shots like this. Was this one image and if so from what lens?
It is one image Laura from my Olympus 12-40mm F2.8. That’s 24-80mm in full frame terms. I was however virtually lying on the floor, so it feels more wide angle than it is.
Do you mean the 12-40mm is full frame? I have the 14-24mm and sometimes it is STILL not wide enough so then I have to take individual shots and stitch them together. Maybe I ought to try lying on my back too! lol I think we need a photo of THAT. 😉
I use an Olympus micro 4/3rds mirrorless system. It’s a half size sensor – so 12 to 40mm on my system is the equivalent of 24-80 in your full frame world. So your 14-24 is a wider angle lens. Olympus do a 7-14mm lens which would be a 14-28mm so virtually the same as yours.
Oh I see. I had a crop sensor camera before my current one and I loved it but I missed the ultra wide. I do so much of that.
Love this one, Mark. It was worth stretching out to get this one! 😉
Beautifully captured Mark
hi Mark this brought back memories as I have been to York Minster twice. The first time with my mother and we were lucky to visit just a the choir filed in and began to sing. It was magical
Fabulous Mark! Superb composition!
Cheers Adrian, I’m quite chuffed with this one myself 😊
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