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Our Lady of the Valley Church Easthampton Ma.
Lens: 10-17 & 50MM & 16-45 Camera: K5 Photo Location: Easthampton Ma. 01027 ISO: 100 Aperture: F6.7 
Posted By: vievetrick, 01-02-2011, 03:28 PM

My sister in law is very involved in the church and asked if I could go and take a few snaps of the church while still decorated for the holidays. She figured no one would be there in between masses so would have about 45 minutes. Turns out there was more people than we thought but still got some shots. Thought I would share here. Used assorted lenses but of course partial to my 10-17 for a church. Shot with K5 used a tripod for all the shots. Comments welcomed.

I need to work of doing this at a different time of day so I can get the windows exposed correctly. (any suggestions?)


The 50MM from the same spot as other shot cropped a little.


Think it kind of freaked out some of the parishioners






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Good shots---I liked the 1st one best. The others are nice also.All good photos always come from Massachusetts.--CharlieZap--Saugus Ma.
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Very nice series Pat, especially the first three. The first one is to my eyes a little blue. Thanks for posting them.
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LOl Thanks Charlie from west of 128 LOL (inside Mass joke ) Heinrich I agree it is I may give a tweek thanks again

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Gee, Pat, these are very nice - what a beautiful place, and you got the exposure dead on - I don't see the windows as a distraction. I'm impressed.

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Very nice series Pat, especially the first three. The first one is to my eyes a little blue. Thanks for posting them.
I did a little WB tweak and changed out the picture. Is this one look better?
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beautiful shots.
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