Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Grenoble

Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Grenoble. (Click on the photo for added detail.)

Over the last couple weeks I had the pleasure of visiting Grenoble again, for work. It was a longer than usual visit, combining a workshop on cultural and natural heritage (more about this in another post, soon I hope) and a research visit with our partners at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility. This visit being in winter, we originally hoped to drive up to Chamonix to meet some friends (and maybe try skiing for the first time), but it was not to be. Still, there’s plenty to do (and to eat) in Grenoble, so we had our hands full anyway.

Today’s photo shows the nave of the Grenoble cathedral, dedicated to Our Lady. This being a work visit, I didn’t want to carry a lot of photography gear with me, so I limited myself to the mirrorless EOS M5, with no tripod or other accessories. I remain fascinated how much can be done these days with limited gear. In this case, I corrected for perspective distortion in post, and had no trouble with exposure given the light conditions. Making sure the stained glass windows weren’t (too) over-exposed, on the other hand, is always tricky.

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