Here is the baptistry of St. Mary’s Church in Yonkers, NY, also known as Immaculate Conception Church. This is in the Church’s side chapel which you can see here. In retrospect, I probably should have shot from a lower position so you could see the stained glass with less obstruction from the gate, but I am still happy with the image.
I’m also pleased with the how Aperture addressed the white balance in this image. White balance can be very tricky in shots like this one that have a mix of natural and indoor artificial light. Aperture’s latest upgrade to version 3.3 was a disappointment to many, I know, who were hoping for a major upgrade to version 4. I would like to see the big jump come soon, too, but I have to say that the upgrade to the white balance adjustment tool is very impressive.
Meanwhile, please click over to my friend Bob Lussier’s site and take a look at the latest round of our HDR collaboration group. It’s a great scene from Kenilworth Castle in the UK,
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Len Saltiel30 Aug 2012
I agree Mark. The light seems quite good and I really like the clarity of the baptistry.
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