Photographer's Note

On our last photographic walk, after the ghostly tower me and Luís decided to go for another supreme Lisbon landmark: Jerónimos Monastery
We followed all the tourists and entered in the majestic church. There, we were having so much fun that we forgot about time and spent more than one hour photographing both people and the Manuelino (Portuguese Gothic style) architecture.
I didn't have enough light for my limited camera, but that didn't stop me. I used the pillars and benches of the church to help me with the long exposure, but not on this one. This is hand held. I was playing with ISOs as well, because of the grain, and on this particulary spot I had a bit more light so I went for 100asa.

I don't know if all the photographers, including Luís, were shooting the tomb of the famous Portuguese poet of the XV century, Luís de Camões, or the woman enlightened by the light coming from the window.
What do you think?

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