Zenkō-ji Temple, Nagano (Japan)

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    At the Buddhist Zenkō-ji Temple (built in 7th century) in Nagano, Japan.

    Sigma DP2s and Silver Efex Pro.

    sijyouraku, 6ruk, T.RESSY, pnzr242, and 24 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. sijyouraku 28 months ago | reply

      Wonderful B&W photo !

    2. c_c_clason 28 months ago | reply

      Wish I could have seen this with you :-( :-( :-(

    3. horlo 28 months ago | reply

      Your work was seen in:
       comment code by Adriënne, on Flickr
      Only Black & White

      Thank you for sharing!

    4. bigal1976 28 months ago | reply

      The birds really adds to the scene ...

    5. photography.andreas 28 months ago | reply

      Gesehen in / I've seen in

      Flickr Schwarzweiss-Fotografie

    6. David's_silvershots 28 months ago | reply

      Oh yes...SEP 2. What do you think? This looks good...and it's a nice picture!

    7. Mauro Metallo 28 months ago | reply

      Beautiful image. Well seen and crafted.

    8. Neil Kremer 28 months ago | reply

      Congratulations on EXPLORE....Click HERE if you have time to see one.

    9. Luziferian 28 months ago | reply

      great shot! :)

    10. cOlOr dw 28 months ago | reply

      Wow... can't take my eyes away from this photo :)

    11. S_Peter 28 months ago | reply

      Thanks everyone!

      : This is the old SEP 1. I tried SEP 2, but it was slow on my really old laptops, and SEP 1 works for me. But I am aware that SEP 2 is superior, would I switch fully to digital, then I would go for it.

    12. yildiranb 27 months ago | reply

      Stunning! Almost surreal!

      (For color I might suggest to switch to digital fully. However stick to your M6 for B&W as the tonalities you achieved are not to be duplicated by digital means.. Just my two cents..)

    13. S_Peter 27 months ago | reply

      Thanks!!! I agree...still need to develop the b/w films from my stay here, once back in Austria.

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