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    Re: Post your churches

    St Raphael The Archangel Catholic Church—Lake Villa, Illinois
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    Re: Post your churches

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Wasserman View Post
    St Raphael The Archangel Catholic Church—Lake Villa, Illinois
    I'm sometimes in a bit of a hurry to get out of the parking lot after Sunday services but not that much of a rush!

    Nice image!
    Brass is a metal alloy, not a lens type - MichaelE

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    Re: Post your churches

    Thanks so much John!
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    Re: Post your churches

    Cyclone Church Colorado City by rrunnertexas, on Flickr

    Picked up a Western Cyclone drop plate camera in the 4x5 size. Traveling through Colorado City, Texas and found this old church on a side street near downtown. Arista EDU 100 with a Rollei orange filter held in front of the lens at about f/13 (wide open).

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    Re: Post your churches

    Quote Originally Posted by rrunnertexas View Post
    Cyclone Church Colorado City by rrunnertexas, on Flickr

    Picked up a Western Cyclone drop plate camera in the 4x5 size. Traveling through Colorado City, Texas and found this old church on a side street near downtown. Arista EDU 100 with a Rollei orange filter held in front of the lens at about f/13 (wide open).
    Very we done! Holding that filter in front of the lens is as challenging as executing the image itself but you pulled it off nicely. Surely you can find a way to solve that problem.

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    Cyclone NM Church by rrunnertexas, on Flickr

    Sacred Heart Catholic Church, New Mexico. Cyclone 4x5 box camera.

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    Beech Fork Baptist Church. Marion Co. Ky

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    Re: Post your churches

    this was a special exercise
    I wanted to use of the 6x12 Horseman back on my Cambo WDS with all kinds of films, for example IR and color
    The idea was to shoot 2 images with the lens shifted 20mm left and right and stitch these images to get almost the full size 4x5"
    The image circle of the 80mm is good enough therefor.
    Super-Symmar Aspheric 4.5/80 XL, Ilford PAN F+

    Even with shift up I could not get the whole church and had to I point the camera upwards. I did some vertical corrections in PS.
    It is not perfect, but for the test I show it here

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    I will load more of these tests in the architecture thread

    Regards
    Dierk

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    Re: Post your churches

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ID:	219659back road church
    maybe on local route 12 in Clayville
    (cyanotype and home made seawater and bottled emulsion, tap water washed no developer )
    good old 5x7 film ( not sure which one either tmy (old) or tri x ( older )
    enjoy your coffee

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