Before the Coffee

April 18, 2007

National Cathedral, Washington DC

Filed under: Church, HDR — beforethecoffee @ 11:26 am

What a great place to shoot. Just go there on a sunny day and you can get some pretty neat colors on the wall. Watch out for the little ladies working there. They kept catching me with my camera in the aisle. I apologized to her for being in the way and asked her to pray for me at the next service. She laughed.

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4 Comments »

  1. Pretty amazing colors and images. I think you are very talented and should keep doing what you are doing.

    Comment by Alex Menendez — April 18, 2007 @ 1:37 pm

  2. Hi, I am right now working on a new HDRi mapping software (also a new tone mapping process, that is fast and work on local contrast), I would be very happy if you can test it on your images and perhaps give me some comments or orientation. If so, please write to my e-mail address (you should see it in wordpress control panel), I’d be glad to communicate with you.

    Comment by Oscar — April 19, 2007 @ 11:44 am

  3. This place is awesome i have been there in person and i love the stain glass windows and the three crosses with jesus made from wood on the ceiling.

    Comment by Billy Bob Joe Gator — October 10, 2007 @ 5:11 pm

  4. This was my home church long ago, so when this link popped up, I just had to look! awesome photos!

    Comment by Splendid Little Stars — January 12, 2010 @ 7:01 pm


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