Rio de Janeiro Brazil - JRE313

Neo-Gothic style church, designed in 1866 by architect Father Clavelin. Construction work began in 1886 and was completed in 1892. It is composed by a graceful facade with a belfry and finishing work that seems to have been made with lace. Inside the church, the highlights are paintings inspired by French Gothic monuments. Alongside the church stands the Immaculate Conception School, whose creation was decided by the Emperor Pedro II for the education of court girls, upon the arrival of the Vincentian Sisters in Brazil.

Equipment=Nikon D7000
Lens Used=Tamron SP AF 10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Lens
Location=Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Workflow= PhotoMatix 4.2 Adobe PhotoShop Cs6
Adobe Light room 4.1
Software, Nik Color Efex=Detail Extractor, and Glamor Glow, and Tonal Contrast
Topaz Adjust= Mild Details