37 HDR Photos of Churches That Rock

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Something about HDR and churches makes them go together like peaches and cream. Sure they can be a little overdone and maybe the fashion is to have wildly converging verticals, but in the end the combination produces some damn fun images that are dramatic and imposing. We think this collection is just that – fun!

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Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church [2] by Яick Harris, on Flickr

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Encroaching Evil by country_boy_shane, on Flickr

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Lisboa / Lisbon / Lissabon by Bert Kaufmann, on Flickr

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Window of hope by Bert Kaufmann, on Flickr

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Igreja de S. Torcato by Jsome1, on Flickr

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St Michaels Cathedral by paul (dex), on Flickr

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Salzburg Cathedral by joiseyshowaa, on Flickr

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St Michael, The Archangel Chapel – Rookwood Necropolis by Luke Peterson Photography, on Flickr

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Troyes – Église Saint-Pantaléon – 19-04-2008 – 15h44 by Panoramas, on Flickr

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Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church [4] by Яick Harris, on Flickr

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The HDR Files II – Into the light by Bert Kaufmann, on Flickr

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unreachable light by extranoise, on Flickr

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Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church [3] by Яick Harris, on Flickr

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Church by ˙Cаvin 〄, on Flickr

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Holy Ground by country_boy_shane, on Flickr

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sonnenorgel by extranoise, on Flickr

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Votivkirche Wien 2 by Niels J. Buus Madsen, on Flickr

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Sofia – 30-10-2005 – 9h12 by Panoramas, on Flickr

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Church – Chiesa by Federico Mosconi, on Flickr

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Cathédrale St Julien – Le Mans by bibendum84, on Flickr

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A portrait of my bike by *JRFoto*, on Flickr

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Menacing Black & white by Stanca appena sveglia, on Flickr

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Church in Black and White by Luke Peterson Photography, on Flickr

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pray by gcfairch, on Flickr

About Author

Rob is the founder of Light Stalking. His love for photography started as a child with a Kodak Instamatic and pushed him into building this fantastic place all these years later, and you can get to know him better here.
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Camera: Nikon D810
Lenses: Nikkor 14-24 f/2.8, Nikkor 50mm f/1.8

This is a wonderful collection. I like the varied subjects and compositions; even more, though, I like seeing the various ways that different photographers use HDR.

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