Some neat medieval wear pictures:
Notre Dame of Lyon – aka How to Just take Clandestine Cathedral Pictures in 10 Actions
Picture by Stuck in Customs
This is the interior of the Basilique Notre Dame de Fourvière. It is most likely the most lavish and beautiful cathedral I have ever before been inside. It beats the other Notre Dame in Paris by a mile. I’ve never ever been in the Sistine Chapel, which is most likely far more lavish. I was going to visit it on my previous trip to Rome but the Pope died the day I was there… so that a single was… hectic.
Trey’s Tip: My strategy for obtaining tripods into cathedrals and shooting is this:
1) Go in the exit and act like you are lost if someone asks
2) Use a extended matrix-coat and things your tripod up inside like a shotgun. Try not to wander with a limp.
three) Stride confidently by means of the crowds like you are in a hurry on a image assignment.
4) Function your way into the pews and have a seat. You can even pretend to be Catholic and say a number of Latin phrases as you sit down. I propose "Pater Noster (My Father) or Quid Pro Quo (Rub Beads and go to Heaven)"
five) Slide out the tripod and assemble along the ground, When other parishioners search at you suspiciously, give them the indicator of the cross.
6) Look at for outdated people in the main aisle, since they have difficulty finding around tripods. Leap out, get your lengthy exposures at 100 ISO, then sit back again down.
7) If securty happens to get you, blame Trapped In Customs and that will confuse them long enough so you can make a getaway.
eight) Don’t be concerned about obtaining caught. The church is significantly a lot more leniant than they had been through the Inquisition. Most massive cathedrals do have crypts, but they are total of lifeless saints and they have by no means put a photographer in there.
9) If you see a tourist with a little camera using a photograph with the flash on, remember to inform them to end. The flash does practically nothing in that circumstance. It’s just embarassing for them, actually.
10) If you want some publish-processing methods, check out my tutorial at www.StuckInCustoms.com/hdr-tutorial/
from my everyday picture blog site at www.stuckincustoms.com
Mild on a Provost’s brass
Image by Lawrence OP
Dappled light from the stained glass windows in this side-chapel on the south facet of King’s College Chapel falls on the memorial brass of Robert Hacumblen (d.1528) who was Provost of the University at the time of the chapel’s completion.
He is depicted dressed in common academic garb of the Middle Ages, putting on a surplice and a fur almuce.
Lookin In The Ruins
Picture by BrotherMagneto
Walls and properties worn away by time.