This was shot handheld in Southwark Cathedral, London and the reason for using an ISO 3200 rating...without any worries about noise either.
Whoa, Asher, I didn't know you knew about my website where I do interviews and articles and such. (I'm actually hoping to cajole a few people here to be featured in the future :-D ) Maybe someone else told you? But yes, Thelma started late although, but she'd want me to say that she's only 84 now! ; a spring chicken, really! :-D LOLPaul,
Great minds can think alike, even with very different backgrounds, it seems. Today I saw a chance connection.
Amazingly, Maggie Terlecki pointed me to her recent interview of another photographer she admires. The lady, one Thelma Stewart, started photography at age 74, LOL! She's now 92 and so creative. She has made a picture in B&W that resembles your wonderful shot above. Look in Maggie's interview here! Only by chance did I see one picture, "Lines in Black and White" had much in common with the geometry and gleam we see in your own work.
Thank you, Paul. I'm glad you enjoy your visit; please come again!Hey Asher, thanks for the heads up on Maggie's site and it's content...like Thelma Stewart I was photographing a lot of 'perspective' and 'texture' images so it was great to see what she has been doing...
Maggie, that's a great interview you have in talking with that lady. It is so good to hear about her and her exploits with the camera. She has quite the background and it was all so interesting to read. You did a great job in interviewing her, Maggie.
I can sympathise with her about her regret in not taking up photography sooner, she would certainly have had an even greater opportunity in her worldly travels. She has some great pictures and I especially like her abstract shot of those chairs, that is a real nice composition...her B&W processing of it is lovely too.
Those chairs are pretty close to being the same as what's in my image...unbelievable.
I've now bookmarked your site, Maggie...