Of course those stained glass windows were the ideal choice for a color splash.
Then again, that star ceiling was also a great thing to do ...
On the original (RAW) photo it is difficult to see that it is actually blue, while it is now much better on the black and white version. Compare yourself with how the photo came out of the camera ...
But now I'm sitting here with that updated ceiling ... what would it look like if I inserted it back into the color photo now?
Let’s try it ...
Well ... this version is not wrong I think 😉
For those interested: This church is located in Paris, in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district and is the oldest church in Paris.
The current church was built in the 11th-12th century. Earlier churches with this name were destroyed four times by the Normans. Each time the church was rebuilt from the original drawings.
Especially the bright colors and the abundance of gold make it a perfect location for a photographer like me 😉
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