Had an interesting job last week.
My friend, the Swiss lighting designer Renato M de Toffol has made a new installation in the Grossmünster church in Zürich.
It is programmable according to whatever event is happening in the church and the lighting changes accordingly.
I spent from one thirty in the afternoon until about seven in the evening documenting the different moods available.
I photographed everywhere from the crypt to the outside where it is also illuminated.
The pictures will shortly be appearing on his website but in the meantime, I experimented with HDR which was necessary to provide details from the highlights to the shadows.
Here's some of the results.
Stained glass window by Giacometti
The choir seats
Loved this old door with the massive lock
Dusk is starting outside the church
On my way back to my car, I stopped to take a picture
across the Limmatt river.
That's it for now. Thanks for reading