"The Beauty Of Sainte-Chappelle"
©David A. Ziser
One of my favorite images - I made this image while we were touring France a few years ago. La Sainte-Chappelle in Paris is one of the most beautiful church interiors I have ever seen. Point the camera anywhere, and it seems you capture a stunningly beautiful image.
The color contrasts, the soaring architecture, the rich detail of the stain glass windows leaves one breathless when standing in the astounding magnificence of this location.
I chose a very wide angle lens, pointed the camera towards the ceiling, opted for a very symmetrical composition, and fired away.
Camera specs: Canon 5D fitted with Sigma 12-24mm lens at 12mm, F4.5 @ 1/4 second 9handheld), ISO 1600. Enjoy! -David
I just barely got this post up today – it’s one of my favorite travel images. We’re on an “all-day” shoot today so I’ve got just a few minutes to spare. Tomorrow is more of the same. That said, I’m cutting it short today.
How about I plan to see you again next Monday. I’ll share a few of this weekend’s images with you too. Have a great weekend and I’ll see you on the flipside.