Now that the sun is setting later in the evening, I have time to get over to Holy Cross after dinner and make use of the light. I used my 90mm macro for some detail shots, which didn’t need the close focus but made good use of the sharpness.
On a sunny evening, the stained glass is like magic mutable paint, splashed in gaudy streaks all over the baldachino.
I originally thought that I’d have to come back with strobe or a flashlight to re-do this next shot, but Lightroom tamed the candle flames and pulled all kinds of detail out of the shadows.
I am blessed to be a member of a parish with such a lovely place to worship.