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Finally after celaring away all the paperwork I'm starting to process some of our Canadian shots. This is one taken with the day's shoot with Yves and Frits.

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Very nice picture, during your visit did you have access behing the altar to the part that have been rebuilt after the fire.
 
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4labs said:
Just one? lol beautiful photograph keep them coming please.
That's the same thing I was thinking....Come on now Rich...that's just a teaser....let's see the rest of those great shots.
 
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Nice picture !!
I will also consider taking pictures at the Oratoire st-Joseph on mont-royal hill. Very nice view indoors and outdoors
 
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That is a beautiful capture and perfect for showing the skills of your new camera. send more!
 
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That bring back memories, I went there quite a few times. Your picture of the new part of the church had to be completely restorate and rebuild after someone put the fire a few years back.
 
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This is my choice for the most beautiful object of any kind in Montreal. I found it so overwhelming the first time I saw it, I actually had tears in my eyes. ... and that usually only happens when the Eagles lose!

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Thank you all. I promise to have all the other shots done by this weekend. The D2X really makes it a joy.

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Hey Rich,

I missed that post somehow, until now... What great colors you captured there! 8) :lol: And those fisheye shots were just fabulous: unusual for the subject, but very appropriate compositions! So, how did you get the correct WB in there, in what looks to be a difficult mixed lighting? Auto-WB on the D2X?? ;-)

PS: Gordon, give Rich all the credit: I have never even set foot in this cathredal (even though I admit to have visited Montreal once, :oops:) ;-)
 
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Philippe Roger said:
Hey Rich,

I missed that post somehow, until now... What great colors you captured there! 8) :lol: And those fisheye shots were just fabulous: unusual for the subject, but very appropriate compositions! So, how did you get the correct WB in there, in what looks to be a difficult mixed lighting? Auto-WB on the D2X?? ;-)
The correct WB was advice from Yves. :wink: Actually he gave me the kelvin value to use.

Rich
 
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