HDR Experiments: Washington National Cathedral

Washington National Cathedral

Among everything I have shot in the last six months, the Washington National Cathedral is another great topic for HDR.

The original photo was taken in late August 2013. Back then the vaulted ceiling of the nave was blocked by netting due to the 2011 earthquake. I was a little bummed when I saw the message on their website. Later I realized the dust clothes actually created beautiful effects when straight sunlight around noon shines on the glass windows. Not sure if the dust clothes are still there.

The Cathedral is on my list when I go to D.C. for cherry blossoms this year.



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