Whilst we were on holiday in York we paid a visit to York Minster where I took a large number of pictures. Although I’ve published some of the pictures of my daughter and some other pictures in and around the Minster, I haven’t published all my favourite interior shots so I’ve gathered them all here in a single post.
Obviously, there are several parts of a church interior which are dark places, so a lot of these pictures were taken with wide apertures and using my camdiox focal reducer, which adds about a stop to each lens attached, but even so a lot needed quite high ISO to reduce the shutter speed to a point where I could hand hold. The majority of this pictures were taken with a Takumar 55mm f/1.8 on the Camdiox, or a Soligor 28mm f/2.8, and all the pictures have been processed in Lightroom CC using my normal workflow.
To view these pictures in full size look here and use the arrow keys to navigate or click any of the pictures below for a gallery view.