Monday, March 03, 2008

York Minster Chapter House Ceiling Detail, York, North Yorkshire, UK

Today's photo is a detail of the chapter house of York Minster Cathedral in York, UK. Built in the 1300s, the style of the chapter house is of the early Decorated Period where geometric patterns were used in the tracery of the windows, which were wider than those of early styles. This is an HDR photo composed of 8 photos, tripoded and cable locked, assembled and downsampled in Photoshop. Click to enlarge.

1 comment:

jrsmk1 said...

Stunned by the possibilities of HDR I am reading all I can to understand and rekindle the photographic passion of my youth.

Please can you explain what you meant by "cable locked"? Was it a typo combination of "cable released" and "mirror locked"?
Jonathan (UK)