One of the must-see tourist stops in Savannah is the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, located just adjacent of Lafayette Square it is a popular tourist stop, normally one bus after another unless Mass is being held. I have shot this place numerous time and it is very hard to get this place to yourself without a gazillion people walking around shooting with anything and everything that would capture an image. Like I said I have shot this place before, but when you are staying virtually across the street from the place it’s hard not to pop in and grab some shots.
I got lucky and caught a fairly quiet time where I could set up the tripod without many people giving me dirty looks, I used the Tilt-shift to grab a panoramic view of the beautiful interior, there were a couple people in the pews but for the most part, I liked the result. It is quite dark inside if the sun is not out in full strength so a tripod is a must but they are usually pretty good about it, although if it got quite crowded I imagine it could be an issue and they might say something but I never had a problem. These old churches are amazing inside.
Thanks for stopping!