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April 28, 2013 - 14 went

Photograph Paris with Harold: Night, Black & White and Spring Flower Photography

Chartres © Harold Davis

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  • C N

    what a magnificient looking cathedral. bet it was fun to photograph this place. what equivalent focal length did you have to use to reach to the top of the stained glass? love to see more of this place.

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  • Harold D.

    @Chester: A great deal of fun to photograph Chartres, and no issue at all with tripods for a change. This was at a 24mm focal length in 35mm terms, and is seven combined exposures. I was able to get from the foreground to the stained glass by positioning camera and tripod low to the ground and angling up. HD

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  • Susie L.

    Looks good enough for a book :)

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