This is a 7-frame panorama of the Thistle Chapel in 12th century St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, Scotland. It is a partial pano, actually, because I didn't include the entrance into the chapel simply because there were too many tourists in the way. It was very dark as well as contrasty (the stained glass windows were quite bright in comparison to the deep shadows), and in order to reveal the detail through the remarkable room I had to do HDR as well. Each frame was a 5-shot sequence with increments of one f/stop. In assembling this image, I first processed each frame into an HDR composite, and then I stitched all 7 shots into the final composition. The slowest shutter speed in the HDR sequence was 1/30, and I had to use 12,800 ISO because of the extremely low light level. All images were shot at f/2.8. To mitigate the noise, I used Neat Image software in post-processing. I captured this with a 16mm focal length.