As I posted about earlier, last weekend I had a one in a life time chance to photograph the Church of Christ Scientist on East Ave downtown. Build in the early 1900's, normally this church is off limits to the general public. The dwindling congregation are the only ones allowed access. Since I'm in RIT's architectural photography class, this got me the ticket to enter. We were to shoot the church and learn how to photograph large interior, balancing color temperatures of lights, and various quantities of light. We had access to the church's lighting system and played around with many of the lights, turning them on and off at strategic times during our long exposures (known as painting with light). Enjoy the pictures!
The other main room