This beautiful staircase was found in a small cloister while I was about to exit St. Paul's Cathedral in London. I took some extra time while I was over there for the workshop to explore places like this. There were only a few days extra, but I tried to make the most of it.
I got shut down a few times while in the proper part of the cathedral, but I did manage to get a few shots in. As for this area, it was wide open and no one said anything. I always feel more comfy when I am not rushed and have time to set everything up! In this case, I used a 14-24 lens. I get asked a lot if I use filters on my lens -- but I do not. I don't even know if you can get a filter that fits this bulbous wide angle.
- Trey Ratcliff
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