I'm a young aspiring photographer that has a sweet tooth for HDR photography.

Flowering Brass

Sorry I haven’t posted in a couple days due to illness and a job interview.

Friday’s image is from the Cathedral of Our Dear Lady or in German, “Dom zu unserer lieben Frau”. This cathedral has a lot of fascinating history.  Such as the current Pope Benedict XVI was the cardinal here before leaving for the Vatican.  Where this photo is taken you can feel the Devil’s Breath, that’s a long and interesting story you’ll have to look up.  It deals with the Devil’s Footprint in the entranceway of the cathedral.

In the back of the cathedral there are these neat brass details on some gates.  My good friend Forest Taber, from Taber Photography, gave me his 50mm lens and told me to capture a shot on these details.  I had never played around with a 50mm before so he helped me out a lot with it.  I had a lot of fun with it and will have to practice more with my own 50mm soon when it stops being so crappy outside in Iowa.

Have a wonderful day!

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3 responses

  1. Wow! Really great shot. love the perspective and the colors in the background.

    March 11, 2011 at 3:59 pm

  2. Chris DeAngelis

    Hey Adam, just stumbled across the blog… Really nice work here, I’m looking forward to more of your work! Which 50mm was this? I love my 1.8 but hopefully will upgrade to the 1.4 soon!

    March 12, 2011 at 1:28 am

  3. Your images are superb. I love the way you compose your shots. Very striking, very memorable and very enjoyable to look at.
    Much Love
    Astra Wally

    April 15, 2011 at 9:50 am

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