Sacred Space

Interior, St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City, captured with Fuji X100TSt. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York City

Especially for Emilio: Handheld, 23mm fixed lens, 1/60 sec at f/2.0, ISO 800

I definitely put the low-light capability of my Fuji X100T to the test with this image. And what’s even more fun? This is a 3-photo merge: In landscape orientation, I shot from the ceiling to the aisle and merged the three images in Photoshop. Do click on the image to see it enlarged in all its glory. I continue to be amazed by this wonderful little camera!


38 thoughts on “Sacred Space

  1. I’m really getting tired of having to come up with superlatives for your photography. But I never get tired of having my name mentioned by you. So now that you’ve answered my question, I hope I can get something as good as you always seem to. This is beautiful!


    • No superlatives necessary, Emilio. Just leave a smiley face if you’d prefer (or a thumbs down if that’s more appropriate!)😄 Have fun with the T1 (and FYI, I found that one less intuitive than the 100T – just saying). And, by the way, where are you going??


    • Oh, Claire, I haven’t had the opportunity of time to reply yet to the comments I’ve been receiving, but I just had to jump in and reply to yours. Thank you for uplifting my spirits with your incredibly generous and heartfelt message. I appreciate it so very much.

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  2. Wow wow and wow!! Exceptional image, Stacy! You ought to be really proud of yourself for accomplishing this. I have a panorama feature on my new phone I just bought which totally blows me away. What some of these cameras can do is totally amazing!!!


  3. wow! great job. This is an amazing photo. I’ve wanted to try the photo merge thing. I have photoshop but have been completely overwhelmed every time I try to use it, so I stay in Lightroom. 🙂 Definitely one thing I want to try in 2016


    • Oh, I know the feeling about Photoshop, Lisa! I know a few things, but I, too, do most of my post-processing in LR. The photomerge, though, is actually pretty easy – it’s a couple of button clicks and PS does all the rest. And, as my photo shows, you don’t need a tripod to make it work. Just overlap your photos by about 40%. And it works on both portrait and landscape orientations. Give it a whirl 🙂

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