Categories Architecture Fisheye Indoor moleman series Photos series Urban moleman series: st. paul’s chapel (innards) Post author By Rian Post date April 22, 2009 26 Comments on moleman series: st. paul’s chapel (innards) ..from here, let’s go inside.. Tags St. Paul's Chapel ← stalactites → st. george’s police station 26 replies on “moleman series: st. paul’s chapel (innards)” Wonderful image… Stunning! A great way to capture this large interior 🙂 Great shot. THe fisheye gives a special effect to the pictures. Wow, amazing the use of the fisheye in this one Beautiful lightscene. Very nice image. Beautiful…has a red tinge to it (or I need my monitor recalibrated). oh, nm…it’s neither. It’s like from the stained glass windows. Very cool! lol! thanks, i guess it’s from the processing.. haven’t got mine calibrated either.. i’m saving up for a calibrator or a new glass.. i guess the answer to that would be pretty obvious.. (glass) hehe.. It’s amazing how much of an area that can be incorporated into an image through the fisheye lens. Really nice, Rian. Beautiful point of view under a good inner lighting. Is it the French flag on the left? Rian, do you know the reason of all these flags? A fine, very attractive image. The rows of chairs form a kind of framework (for me). An effective image. beautiful light all through this Great shot, Rian,fascinating! NICE Love the light and details. Nice Nice one. Moleman inside…. has this happened before??? Am I standing on the brink of history? I like the pinkish color cast in this. I remember that same cast from some of your financial district shots and liked it then as well. You’ve captured everything iside, front to back, side to side. Great! This is that Episcopal church near the Trade Center that got a real workout during 9/11, right? bonjour, Wonderful effect..Great job!..:-)..bravo! Wow very effective inside! You can see almost the whole church! Really cool effect. Terrific use of the fisheye lens! Beautiful! Nice indoor shot, this mole-man series is pretty cool. I’m sure i’d have fun with a fish eye but it wouldn’t be something i’d own tho =P This is awesome. I can see you standing there making sure the composition is perfectly symmetric. Whoa! the fish eye works really well on this one.. Well done! Love the warm tones, cool shot! back for a second look Rian. i meant to look at this on my work monitor but didn’t get to it today. i noticed a magenta cast on my Mac monitor at home but didn’t comment on it because i assumed it was purposeful and part of the image. i like it though because it makes me feel even more like an outside observer of this place and that seems consistent with the effect of the fisheye lens. wow. that’s an awesome composition. They fisheye is so perfect for this scene! Perfect symmetry! And usually in scenes like these when i try to take a picture I hate all the tourists, but in this shot I don’t even noticed them 🙂 And you have prayed for your pictured being good… and succeeded. Nice one. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.