Tuesday, October 4, 2005

The Closest I Get To Church

A few days ago, I found a roll of black and white film that hadn't been processed.  It's been sitting around for about four years I think, based on when I remember taking this picture. One morning I had gone to the churchyard where my mother is buried to shoot the blooming trees and on the way home I shot this other church a couple of blocks away, because I liked how the sun was creating shadows. 

I recall I opened the back of camera prematurely which created a light leak flare on the print that I had to fix in Photoshop. Can you see where I had to fill in with black?

8 comments:

ally123130585918 said...

Facinating picture, and no I can't detect  where you have filled it in - go on give us a clue lol...Ally

swmpgrly said...

not at all!

gaboatman said...

I can see the spots, but only just barely.  You did a grea job and the picture is great.
Sam

jckfrstross said...

Love this photo

Deb

dbp2000 said...

I cannot tell at all where you made any corrections.  Great shot!

Donna
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glendar0812 said...

Yup. But what do you expect from someone who's been in the Graphic Arts industry since the 70's .... The Star and The Enquirer could use a talent like you.  Great cover up.....

jevanslink said...

Actually, since the sixties.  As an ad writer.  Not a graphic artist.  But not bad, considering.  Mrs. l

salemslot9 said...

The Closest I Get To Church
shepherdschapel.com
I watch it on television :)