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Registered: February 2009
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The gates were locked although I think I might be allowed inside if I asked in advance. Perhaps the restriction of view forced me to find compositions I might otherwise have missed. One of the advantages of shooting full manual using the hyperfocal point is being able to use the rear screen as I did here after turning the camera on its side to fit it through the wrought iron gates. I'm more pleased with this and its small amount of IR colouring than I am the outside pictures but I would have liked a bit more of the seat in view.
· Date: Thu June 2, 2016 · Views: 305 ·
Keywords: Nunhead Cemetery Chapel, Infrared
Camera Make / Model: Fuji X-E1, 590nm IR converted
Lens Make / Focal Length: Fuji 14mm f2.8
State / County / Area Image Taken: Nunhead cemetery, London
Country Image Taken
United Kingdom
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Registered: December 2009
Posts: 3,733
Thu June 2, 2016 7:04pm

There is a strong textural component to this image from the walls of the chapel with the arc of the entrance serving as a natural framing for the roofless interior and what we can see of sky and foliage. I do like the interplay of shadow and sunlight on the floor and walls of the chapel.


Registered: February 2009
Posts: 1,497
Fri June 3, 2016 2:04am

So you do have blue skies over in the UK after all - love this one and the little whisper of a white cloud slightly on the upper right edge - SUPERB! The wonderful shadows give a nice sense of depth here - you always pay attention to all the details.

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