Photographer's Note

Description: Near the French border there's a small town called Arlon. A few things to see but a rather big church is worth a visit. The church is only 100 years old and has very nice details wich give you the opportunity to capture the various plays of light. When we were there nobody else was so we could take our photos, totally undisturbed. Best of Arlon is the surrounding countryside and the various types of food and beer. Top reason for a very pleasant (plesant- belgium language translation) vacation.
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Technical aspects: With my back against the main entrance. Exactly in the middle.

Postprocessing: PhotoShop, rotated and scewed until strait, finaly some L, CB and a bit USM.

Conditions: bright but cloudy day

My Goal: Capture the various lights, colors and shades in a typical church architecture.

You don't have to be religious to go and see a local church, we think they can be very nice objects to see and take photos of.
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Update: I included the original photo in a WS to show the work done in postprocessing

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