Brooding shadows in the corners, soft filtered light picking out patches on the floor, medieval stonework in the half-light, coloured by stained glass - this was not an easy photo to take. It was shot at 200 ISO, 35mm, f4.5 and 1/13sec, and it was hand-held. By rights it ought to be blurred, but it isn’t. I must have had a very steady hand that day. This is a building in Ghent; quite which I can’t say: should have made notes at the time. But in truth, looking from a photographer’s perspective, I was more interested in the visual aesthetics than recording the place for posterity.
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