Last night was the first CPA outing for 2010. A trip to St. Malachys church in Belfast was organised
We got about 2 and a half hours in the church by ourselves to take photographs of the wonderful architecture and imagery. It’s a fantastic place and worth a visit whether you’re religious or not.
Unfortunately, extreme bad timing meant there was some repair work ongoing and part of the alter had scaffolding on it. This got me thinking about the detail though, so most of the night was spent with a macro lens.
Anyway, this is one of a few wider shots I took. Thanks to Frank for sitting still!
Learned a useful lesson last night. Don’t just check your camera and batteries before you leave the house. Check ALL the gear you’re bringing. I was setting up a shot and lost maybe 20 minutes and a several handfuls of hair before discovering one of my remote triggers was receiving signal from the camera but not actually triggering the flash.