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Symmetry by Gavin Tow

April 2021 - Symmetry

April 2021 - Gavin Tow

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About the Image(s)

I took these pictures during the 2019 PSA Conference at a Catholic Cathedral Church tour in Spokane, Washington. Built in the early 20th Century, the stained glass was all made in Germany, and all handmade marble. It was taken with a Rebel 5i and a Tamron 18-200mm. The Wikipedia has more information on the history a few larger pics.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cathedral_of_Our_Lady_of_Lourdes_(Spokane,_Washington)


4 comments posted




Connie Reinhart   Connie Reinhart
Oh my goodness Gavin. This church looks almost like the Roman Catholic Church in my town! My eye finds the vanishing perspective very interesting. So here's another crop idea. I corrected the perspective, then cropped out the bright chandelier and the statue on the right. Probably 6 of 1 and 1/2 dozen of the other.   Posted: 04/10/2021 17:14:11
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Ally Green   Ally Green
The stained glass window and marble are impressive indeed and great light through the window. For me though a bit distracting in terms of the Symmetry angle. I think for me i would have tried a vertical shot perhaps. The repeating lines of the columns are great so maybe less of the window but not sure what effect you were trying for? I think Connie's crop is more pleasing to me. An interesting subject though for sure.   Posted: 04/19/2021 10:56:38



Carole Kropscot   Carole Kropscot
I see symmetry in the repetition of having statues on the sides of the windows. For this assignment, I would crop off the window on the right. I'd be able to see the interior of the church better if it was brighter.   Posted: 04/19/2021 21:20:17



Barbara Kuebler   Barbara Kuebler
Such a lovely church! Your image is well exposed and perfect for our topic. I agree that the large window in the foreground is distracting. It is the brightest part of the frame and holds my eye. I like Connie's crop because the bottom part of the marble and the dark pews are interesting and also are very symmetrical.   Posted: 04/21/2021 11:42:35



 

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