The last in my Necropolis series… I thought I’d try something a little bit different with this shot.
One of the things I love about long-shutter photography is how a scene changes when captured over a 60 or 90 second exposure. Gloomy details become crisp lines, and the rest of the scene becomes as clear as daylight. However, with the graveyard photos I never felt crisp lines and bright contrasts were “right”.
This will be my last post for a few days, also… See y’all
p.s. Apologies to John over at The Daily Exposure – once again I seem to be inadvertantly following in his footsteps with my graveyard photography! It’s not deliberate, honest!!
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