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Christ Church: Internal

As I was "suited-and-booted" I didn't really have space for a tripod so I did my best at using the "B" mode with only my sense of balance for steadying the camera.....Which turned out to be worse than I'd imagined! :D

jsmcbride This photo was shot on film. Taken by jsmcbride with a Holga 135 BC loaded with Boots E6 Slide film film in Old Town, Swindon, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: iso200, 200, iso, holga, 135, 135bc, holga135bc, holga135, summer, vignette, vignetting, xpro, cross-process, x-pro, cross, process, crossprocess, christ, church, christchurch, swindon, long, exposure, b, 'b', pews, pew, altar, aisle, naive, service, marry, married, wed, and wedding. Date: 2012-09-22. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album The Lost Roll - 135BC.

2 comments

  1. weleasewoger72

    weleasewoger72

    This is the perfect ghost photo! The mist on the right, the two faces just to the lower right of the main window and the headless figure in the middle. I've also seen two faces of blonde girls thru' the mist! Does anyone else see what I'm seeing?

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  2. jsmcbride

    jsmcbride

    Hmmmm, this is a bit of an odd one. I didn't (intentionally) take any double exposures with this roll and the church wasn't lit particularly well lit (are they ever?). So it was a bit of a surprise to see such over exposure on this frame.......This picture was a long exposure. But then again: I also took another long exposure in the church (from almost the same position) which didn't have the unpleasant white blobs on it..... I'm not much of a believer in the supernatural I'm afraid, so my guess is: 1.) Lapse of concentration leading to an accidental double exp. or 2.) Chemical contamination / spillage when developing the film ........ Both are distinct possibilities :-)

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