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© James Wedge
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UploadedOctober 27, 2007
TakenOctober 27, 2007
ModelCanon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Exposure1 sec at f/4
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length17 mm
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Q: I've noticed that five of my uploads have " Hot" in front of the caption. Why are they caterogized that way ?

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On an annual basis York decides to shower its monuments with colour. The Minster was blossomed with dancing light activated by noise.

I tried to capture this as best I could, whilst people all around were whistling and shouting to get the different colours to shine all over the fascia.

I used a 1 second exposure with 4.0 aperture to try and get some of the colour before it either died out or changed to a different colour. Boy was it hard, I still don't think it looks anywhere as good as it did on the night in real.

4 responses

  • Mark Holding

    Mark Holding said (27 Oct 2007):

    I've never seen a cathedral look like that! Cool!

  • Shawna

    Shawna gave props (27 Oct 2007):

    That's amazing. DId you change anything in Photoshop with this photo? Or was it already like that? It's so cool. What does it look inside. Sorry with all the questions. ~Shawna

  • James Wedge

    James Wedge said (27 Oct 2007):

    Hi, no all I did in Photo shop was to try and remove the annoying line in the middle a little. Because all the lights were moving this happened, I guess it maybe where the different colour lights were mixing over the one second exposure. Very special inside, worth a visit if your ever in York

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