Thursday, April 26, 2007

Churches & Cemeteries series 2

Hallways, Wooden archways, Roofs and Statuette Saints

The series of Double Exposures continues and these are photographs of the interior of the Roman Catholic church from the previous post. The Rangefinder, as one reader hints is that of a Leica, but rather it is a 1958 Konica, yet the optics on both cameras are considered comparable. The double exposures were a result of not advancing the lever completely to advance a full frame, it uses a double-stroke film advance. - thebookmann

1 comment:

Rory said...

Oh, I see. One of the Konica IIIs, I'm guessing. Wonderful picture. I won't guess the film as I'd probably guess that wrong too!

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