One Frame

St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin

Shooting down the nave, another example of pushing a lens beyond its limits. This one shot on a little Zeiss tessar, a 1929 13cm f/6.3, with way too much rise, you can see the softening at the top of the frame. Not altogether disagreeable though, mechanical vignetting is far worse than a graceful falloff in areas not central to the image, and maybe it wouldn't have been that noticeable had I not pointed it out...

Neal T55