Ely Cathedral – snow

The West Front of Ely Cathedral

  • artist : Meleah Reardon © All rights reserved.
  • Nikon D90  18mm (27mm in 35mm film)
    ISO 800  f/22.0  Exposure unknown
  • This picture is Editor’s Choice.

Ely Cathedral

Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity

Ely Cathedral is the principal church of the Diocese of Ely, in Cambridgeshire, England, and is the seat of the Bishop of Ely and a suffragan bishop, the Bishop of Huntingdon. Wikipedia

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18 thoughts on “Ely Cathedral – snow

        • Small f/stops will deteriorate the quality of the photograph.
          Diffraction causes a loss of sharpness or resolution.
          * However, with the microphotography, depth of field is given priority to.

          • Ah, I see what you mean by! Yes, I used to like to shoot landscape using f/22.0, but then some friends and also reading from internet said that f/22 could ruin the sharpness and the resolution of the photo. I read people mention about sweet spot which is between f/8-f11.

            Thanks my friend for your explanation. Much appreciated. 🙂

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