Photographer's Note

this moonlit church is called Agia Kyriakh and is near my village, which is near Zacharo, in western Peloponnisos, Greece.

i used a full frame fisheye to get all the interesting features in the frame and still make it look natural - in fact, the moon is not as close to the church as it looks - with the 18mm wide end of the standard digital zooms/28mm in film format, it would take 2 pictures to cover the same area (vertical angle of view for 15mm fisheye: 94 - 28mm: 46)

i dont remember shutter and aperture settings but it was a relatively short 'long exposure', as you can see. the film was scanned in not-so-great quality but postprocessing helped restore the mood of the scene.

thank you :)

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