2 Shots from Montreal

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  1. William

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    Notre Dame- One of the prettiest churches in North America


    Montreal Skyline- Taken from Mount Royal



    Thanks for looking! CC Appreciated!
    -Will
     
  2. Antarctican

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    Whoa, what a killer shot of the altar!!! Great detail, and colour. Looks like a difficult shot to get, but you did an awesome job. The skyline view is lovely too.
     
  3. William

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    It was a little difficult; low light church, no tripod. I had to boost up the ISO and steady the camera on a chair.
     
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    I like the skyline! :)
     
  5. William

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    More commentary please
     
  6. lifeafter2am

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    The colors and the composition of the church are amazing! Absolutely great shot! The skyline is really nice too, but that church is really awesome!
     
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    Wow that is such a gorgeous church shot, I have yet to do something that nice! Skyline is really nice too, I live at the foot of one of the mountains in the background of that pic!:)
     
  8. William

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    Thanks, lifeafter2am

    weez1959- I guess you speak french? You're lucky to live in such a beautiful city!
     
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    love #1. hate montreal. :neutral:
     
  10. Remi M.

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    I like the colorsa and the detail in the altar photo. Just the tilt is bugging me. If your going for the symmetrical look it's gotta be pretty much perfect or it jumps out at you. Looks like it needs a little less then a degree of rotation clockwise.
     
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    Hi William,
    I think you misunderstood, I live at the foot of one of the 2 mountains that you see WAY off in the distance of the pic. I used to live in Mtl. but now that I'm a suburbanite I'd never go back :lmao:
     
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    Great job on that church. I always find it very hard to capture a good one of a church. I think you did well!
     

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