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Dec 24, 2010 20:51 |  #1

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9 exposure hand-held HDR (since I thought tripods weren't allowed in the Cloisters).

The Cloisters is a museum located near the northern tip of Manhattan in New York City. The building, which is a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, was reconstructed in the 1930s from the architectural elements of several European medieval abbeys. It is used to exhibit art and architecture from Medieval Europe.

The FuentidueƱa Chapel in The Cloisters, with its barrel vault ceiling and 12th century apse, is a beautiful example of Romanesque architecture. The apse is dominated by a fresco of the Virgin and Child with the winged figures of Michael and Gabriel on either side.

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Dec 25, 2010 01:25 |  #2

The apparent eye shape of the ceiling makes an interesting frame.


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Dec 25, 2010 12:44 |  #3

It does not look HDR to me. Please accept that as a sincere compliment.


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Dec 25, 2010 14:58 as a reply to AZGeorge's post |  #4

I love it, this is fantastic.


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Dec 25, 2010 18:37 as a reply to Stickman's post |  #5

I love that picture. Great work.


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Dec 26, 2010 17:51 |  #6

Great shot. I have been there twice. Great place aint it? I can't wait to get back there.


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Dec 26, 2010 21:06 |  #7

Thanks everyone. I don't really like the over-process HDR look myself which is why I edited the photo conservatively and yes, the Cloisters is a great place. I have some photos I have to edit so look out for those!


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Dec 27, 2010 09:58 |  #8

Beautiful image, love the framing. So... are tripods allowed? Permit necessary or just bring it in?


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Dec 27, 2010 23:47 |  #9

Tony_A wrote in post #11521617 (external link)
Beautiful image, love the framing. So... are tripods allowed? Permit necessary or just bring it in?

I'm not sure. The Cloisters are part of the Met and on the Met's website, they say tripods aren't allowed at the Met so I just assumed that was extended to The Cloisters as well.

I didn't even bother putting the tripod in the car because of that but when I was walking around, I saw someone using a tripod.

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