Walk in time


Some of the outdoor shots of the church came out better, since there was a lot more light to work with.

I loved how everything about this building seemed ancient and worn, like I was stepping back into another century. But it was a real piece of work to capture that on film (or in pixels, strictly speaking). I had to use the frame of my shots to edit out cars, phone wires and other signs of the modern world. I am all the more impressed by professional photographers – it’s amazing how difficult it is to capture what my imagination sees on the actual image.

But, as with all things, I’m sure practice will help.




Published in: on October 13, 2009 at 10:59 pm  Comments (2)  

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  2. Absolutely Stunning!! I really love the one of the arch with that single slender branch and leaves hanging down. The view of the old rusty red doors against the blue sky is wonderful. Great photos! 🙂

    Mary of Brush It On

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