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    Church Architecture

    A famous Church near my town of Brentwood, Essex ( England) -- it has pearl on the altar area -- Pentax 6x7 + 75mm f4.5 SMC Takumar shift lens, Ilford XP1 film home-processed. Time exposure+ some flashes from a Mecabltz 45CT1 during the time exposure to light up the darker areas. I used a little vertical 'shift' on the lens.
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    All Saints Warley by pentaxpete, on Flickr
    Church Architecture
    All Saints Warley by pentaxpete, on Flickr
    St Peter's Church, South Weald Village near my town of Brentwood. Pentax 6x7 75mm f4.5 SMC Takumar shift lens, Fuji NPC 160 film - I used a little Lateral and Vertical shift.
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    St Peter's 1 by pentaxpete, on Flickr

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    Re: Church Architecture

    Lovely shots, Peter

    Now that you are all about digital , you can clean up the sky scratches and extraneous birds in the St.Peter's shot. Your "film vocabulary" is a whole new well of ignorance for me, and a deep one apparently.

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    Re: Church Architecture

    Kevin : Thanks for your interest -- yes-- I have found out how to 'clone out' marks now -- I'm sure the 'birds' were real though!

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