Another photo of a church interior is presented here. Unfortunately, I do not know the name of this church. The name of this church is Church of Our Lady of the Snow (Kostel Panny Marie Sněžné) in Prague.
This photo is a single shot image. It was postprocessed in Photoshop to lighten dark areas.
I like photos of churches, temples, cathedrals and other religion buildings. They are made very careful and look very great on photos. The best for me are interior appearance of such buildings. These interiors are so monumental. I read a lot about how to make such photos in the best way and try to find the best way for me. I tried HDR photos, long exposure photos and then creating a few adjusting levels and cannot say what is better for me.. I think HDR images are cool but sometime they miss some reality meanwhile long-exposure images miss details..
Here are photos of Dominican Church in Lviv. I made these photos without using of HDR technique. Interior photo was made with long-exposure and then postprocessed in Photoshop to add more light into darkest areas.
As I posted some church interior in yesterday post I’d like to continue this subject and post another church interior. Here is the photo of interior of some church the Church of the Holy Cross (Kostel svatého Kříže) in the center of Prague. It was made using a few photos that were merged together.
In this post I’m sharing 2 HDR photos of Annunciation Cathedral (Свято-Благовіщенський кафедральний собор) that is the one of our main temples in Kharkiv. Its construction was completed at 1888. This cathedral was one of the largest and tallest churches of the Russian Empire.
Khortytsia is a national cultural reserve located on one of the largest islands of the Dnieper river in Ukraine.
The island has played an important role in the history of Ukraine, specially in the history of the Zaporozhian Cossacks. This historic site is located within the city limits of Zaporizhia city. It extends from northwest to southeast for more than 12 km (7.5 mi) with an average width around 2.5 km (1.6 mi). The island has unique flora and fauna, including oak groves, spruce woods, meadows, and steppe. The northern part of the island is very rocky and high (rising 30 m (98 ft) above the river bed) in comparison to the southern part, which is low, and often flooded by the waters of the Dnieper.