All Saints’ Church (Kościół Wszystkich Świętych) – is the one of the main churches of Warsaw. This church can seat about 3500 persons. And it served as origin to many people during the WW2.
All Saints’ Church was built during 1861-1893 basing on the design of Henryk Marconi. It was strongly damaged in 1939 but was repaired after the war with help of Jews.
In 1987, Pope John Paul II opened the 2nd National Eucharistic Congress here. And there is a statue of Pope John Paul II in front of the main entry.
The photos of the street view are HDR panoramas merged of 6 images. HDR were merged using Fusion and then postprocessed in Photoshop to add more contrast and clarity.
The photo of the interior of the All Saints’ Church is the vertorama merged of 11 images and then processed in Photoshop. Originally I wanted to made it as HDR vertorama but as images were shot hand-held some images were blurred and I had to use only the best of them. The most interesting and time-consuming work was to “turn out the space”.
All photos were made using Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS on 18mm.