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Mary De Castro Church.

By silverfoxey
Night shot of this Church using B/W film many years ago, on a cold evening if I recall. Used some software called Shift N to correct converging verticals. Shot film was scanned and some editing. Night shots are always a bit hit and miss and think this exposure was around 25 seconds. Any comments appreciated, James Wink

Tags: General Night photography Architecture Churches Black and white

Voters: Andysnapper, RobertTurley, User_Removed and 9 more

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Andysnapper 10 109 25 England
7 Aug 2013 6:29AM
Its always good to shots on film and this is a fantastic example of why film isn't dead. Break out the old film cameras and have another go people, look what you can achieve.Grin


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User_Removed 13 386 2 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2013 8:08AM
Lillian Plus
9 22 17 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2013 9:55AM
Lovely capture that you managed to convert from film
great details and works so well in mono
HSTONEY222 10 20 1 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2013 10:23AM
Good details for a b/w. film good details well done.

Nikonuser1 Plus
5 153 16 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2013 11:27AM
A nice image, film is not dead!!!!Smile


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