Cadet Chapel

18mm  f/14  1/640sec  ISO800
During a vacation to the United States in 2012 I was visiting the Cadet Chapel located at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO. This building is of astonishing architecture. With it's modern design and perfect symmetry it offers lots of scenes for abstract architecture photography. It was highly interesting for me to study all the details and to find out new perspectives. The chapel is an absolutely amazing and beautiful landmark. I don't want to talk much about it today, but let the photos speak for themselves.

18mm  f/11  1/320sec  ISO100

33mm  f/8  1/160sec  ISO100

55mm  f/10  1/250sec  ISO100

29mm  f/18  1/800sec  ISO800

I took these photos with my EOS600D camera and my EF-S 18-55mm standard zoom kit lens. Camera was set into P mode and calculated aperture and shutter speed automatically. ISO value was first at fixed 800, which is quite too much for a sunny day. I forgot to change it, so it was at the value I used for recent indoor shots. After noticing this mistake I changed the value to 100. The photos were taken handheld.