Churches

Presbyterian Church East Orange B&W

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There are two images of this fine church in East Orange, Vermont: one in color and the other in black and white.  The two images were taken very close in time and from the same location.  Note the difference made by filtering out the yellow in the B&W image to make the church appear uniformly white.

Gowland Pocket View 4×5 View Camera, 65 mm lens, exposure 1/30 at f22 with a K2 Yellow Filter onto Kodak Tri-X film rated at 160 ASA and processed N-2 in HC-110.  1979

Presbyterian Church of East Orange

There are two images of this fine church in East Orange, Vermont: one in color and the other in black and white.  The two images were taken very close in time and from the same location.  Note the difference made by filtering out the yellow in the B&W image to make the church appear uniformly white.

Gowland Pocket View 4×5 View Camera, 90 mm lens, exposure 1/60 at f22 without a filter onto Kodak VPL film rated at 160 ASA and processed C-41.  1979

Fixer-Upper Vermont

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This image was made in 1978 on a trip through New England.  My notes did not contain information on the location of the church nor its denomination.

Please e-mail me if you can help to clarify this situation.

Standard Universal 8×10 View Camera, 320 mm lens, exposure 1/15 at f22 onto Kodak Tri-X film rated at 160 ASA and processed N-2 in HC-110.

Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Famous mission church near Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Canon 5D Mark II DSLR Camera, 28 mm setting on Canon 24-105mm zoom lens, exposure 1/250 at f14 with a Circular Polarizing Filter at ISO 100.

St. Paul’s Church Port Gamble

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Port Gamble is a former lumber town west of Seattle, Washington.

Century Universal View 8×10 View Camera, 320 mm lens, exposure 1/15 at f16 with a K2 Yellow Filter onto Kodak Tri-X film rated at 160 ASA and processed N-2 in HC-110.  1985

St. Mary’s Catholic Church Nicasio

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Nicasio is a small town north of Petaluma and Santa Rosa in Northern California.

Century Universal View 8×10 View Camera, 320 mm lens, exposure 1/15 at f22 with a K2 Yellow Filter onto Kodak Tri-X film rated at 160 ASA and processed N-2 in HC-110.

Church, Bodie Ghost Town, Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, California

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Near Mono Lake in the Eastern Sierras, is a California State Park where the silver mining town of Bodie is kept in a state of “arrested decay.”  This makes this ghost town a time capsule from the 1930’s when the mine shut down and the inhabitants drifted away.

Century Universal 8×10 View Camera  320 mm lens, 1/15 sec at f22 onto Kodak Tri-X film rated ASA 160 and processed N-2 in HC-110.  K2 Yellow Filter.

Church Farmers’ Museum Cooperstown

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This elegant church was moved from near New York City piece by piece and reassembled in Cooperstown New York’s Farmers Museum Village Crossroads.

Gowland Pocket View 4×5 View Camera, 65 mm lens, exposure 1/15 at f16 with a K2 Yellow Filter onto Kodak Tri-X film rated at 160 ASA and processed N-2 in HC-110.  1978

Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Bellevue, Washington 2011

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This is the magnificent LDS Temple near Seattle set against a stormy sky.

Canon 5D MKII 24-105 mm Zoom Lens set to 50 mm  1/250 sec at f10 ISO 100  No Filter

Thomas Wingate 03

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I met Thomas Wingate, the manager of Eaves Movie Ranch, in the Fall of 2010.  Eaves is a complete Western town movie set located near Santa Fe, New Mexico. In 1970, Eaves was the setting for the classic Western, the Cheyenne Social Club: www.eavesmovie ranch.com

Thomas and I spent a very productive 45 minutes together that afternoon resulting in the 10 images shown here.  The images are used with his kind permission.

Canon EOS 5D Mark II DSLR, 24mm setting on Canon 24-105mm Zoom Lens,  Exposure 1/250 at f11 ISO 100 with a Circular Polarizing Filter

Thomas Wingate 02

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I met Thomas Wingate, the manager of Eaves Movie Ranch, in the Fall of 2010.  Eaves is a complete Western town movie set located near Santa Fe, New Mexico. In 1970, Eaves was the setting for the classic Western, the Cheyenne Social Club: www.eavesmovie ranch.com

Thomas and I spent a very productive 45 minutes together that afternoon resulting in the 10 images shown here.  The images are used with his kind permission.

Canon EOS 5D Mark II DSLR, 28mm setting on Canon 24-105mm Zoom Lens,  Exposure 1/250 at f10 ISO 100 with a Circular Polarizing Filter