Windows are one of my favorite architecture subjects. I can’t help it, I photograph them everywhere I go. But its a rare occasion to have two windows perfectly aligned on the opposite sides of a small church with no furniture or anything else in between. Not to mention the interesting patterns of both the walls and the roof.
I had played a little around with the Mark II Artist’s Viewfinder to find the best place for the camera. And when I saw the above composition on the screen, I started smiling. It was quite a bit of work to get everything aligned perfectly (guidelines in Kuuvik Caputre helped a lot), as well as to get the Zeiss Apo Sonnar T* 2/135 focused properly (you know, field curvature).