Saint Mary's Roman Catholic Church

So, while in Charleston, SC I decided I was going to check to see if they had any catholic churches that I could photograph.  I knew there were some in Savannah, GA and Savannah and Charleston are very similar types of cities.  After some quick Googling I came up with a church that looked interesting....St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church.

ISO 400, 12mm Fisheye, F/8, 5 bracketed shots for HDR

The image above is from the alter looking back towards the exit.   I liked this perspective as it allowed me to show more of the gorgeous ceiling and includes the pipes from the organ.

From the outside, this building isn't special at all.  It looks like every other building around it....square.  This one does have a cross on top, though.  The inside is amazing!!

This is a 5 shot HDR Bracket that was merged in Photomatix Pro and later processed in Lightroom and On1 Perfect Effects 9.5.  If you haven't picked up, or updated your On1 Software to 9.5 yet, do it!  The biggest improvement for me is it is much quicker.

I shot this using my Sony A7R, Rokinon and 12mm Fisheye Lens.  This was mounted atop my Vanguard Abeo Plus 323CT tripod.