Sunday, September 26, 2010

San Xavier - Again.

Sigh. My student is getting better at photography - thanks to an investment in better glass and constant abuse by yours truly. Anyway - back to San Xavier - again - yes - I guess my refrain of "go back and do it again until you get it right" was a mistake.

Anyway - here are few shots from my portfolio of the expedition.


A couple of 360 pans of the interior of the mission . . .




A fisheye view of the ceiling . . .



A portrait of a parishioner . . .



"art" . . .



The mission pooch . . .



More "art" . . .




My student - who can't read . . .



Yawn - the mission . . .




Hey! Don't stand in front of the !%$#* camera!



Swingin' in the moonlight!

4 comments:

Paul said...

Dave, great shots as always, even the ones of FG. ;) The two domes in the bright, blue sky with the puffy clouds. An, almost, Henri Cartier-Bresson je ne sais quoi.

Uh, so tell me again, why do we subtract things to get a better image? ;)

susi Lawson said...

Gorgeous shooting! what lens did you use for the pano's fisheye or the new 14mm?

David A. Harvey said...

Thanks Paul ans susi. My 8mm Sigma and a Kadian Quick Pan system was used for the 360 pans.

Anonymous said...

Well done! I would actually be happier individual if everybody wrote as well as you do. Thanks again