So I recently visited Bath in United Kingdom. Had a stroll around the location until the point when I found this Abbey called Bath Abbey. One of the architecturally most beautiful places I’ve been to. The place was decorated with intricate details from head to toe – by that I mean from rooftop to the floor. Every square inch of that place had some or the other intricate detail hidden with a beautiful mastery of work. I decided to bracket some shots here to process as an HDR later and here are my outputs.
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Colour HDR – http://500px.com/photo/55923648
Bath Abbey – one of the most beautiful churches I’ve been to. The serenity that settled in my soul after entering this place is something I won’t ever be able to express in words, even if I try. The intricate amount of detail in architecture, the way the windows lit up the ceiling, the calmness in the lights of the candles, the wide openness of the place – it just feels nice.
I couldn’t stop myself from taking pictures, but I also wanted to just sit and close my eyes. Listen to the silence and dissolve in a moment of serenity.
Experimenting with HDR in Photomatrix Pro with some High Passes and CC in Photoshop CS6.
See you soon.
- My Bath: our expert’s favourite places (telegraph.co.uk)
- Thousands of Bodies under Bath Abbey Threaten its Stability (eogn.com)
- Visiting Bath and the Mad Hatters Tea Party (teaandsconehop.com)
- Taking in the Sights of Bath England (drifterschronicles.com)
- Mixed fortunes for West attractions (virtualmuseumofbath.com)