Monday, November 20, 2006

Lone Fir Crypt. I photograph this part of the McClay crypt frequently. This is a print from a negative where a lot of things went wrong, over exposure, over development, wrong lens shade for the lens. Yet with all the mistakes the end result is an image much different then if everything had worked. The overexposure eliminates all the textural detail from the stone face of the crypt, but allows the illumination of the interior of the crypt seem to glow and the gate is in sharp focus making it stand out against the surreal exterior. Sometimes bad negatives can produce interesting images. Posted by Picasa


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