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Old Oct 22, 2006, 10:33 PM   #1
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I will let the text added to these do most of the narration...
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The painting beyond the pulpit is the Delacroix materpiece "Christ in the Garden of Olives"
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A stained glass window, with surrounding detail. Whenyou look at the detail of the stained glass at 100%, it is amazing. You can see this image full-size here:

http://gmchappell.smugmug.com/galler...75585868/Large

When you bring thefile up, simply click on the "Original" size option below the image.
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Vien's "St. Denis Preaching to the Gauls" (1767)...
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I really liked the font of the text on your collage works which makes the reading a pleasurable job. I also liked the framing whose colour fits that of the subject and makes an elevating feeling. About the collage works themselves,itmust be anenjoyable yet difficult task bringing the most representative pieces of such great works of architecture+sculpture+paiting. Thanks for sharing your gems
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I will let the text added to these do most of the narration...
I really liked the font of the text on your collage works which makes the reading a pleasurable job. I also liked the framing whose colour fits that of the subject and makes an elevating feeling. About the collage works themselves,itmust be anenjoyable yet difficult task bringing the most representative pieces of such great works of architecture+sculpture+paiting. Thanks for sharing your gems
Thank you Bahadir,

Thefont is called Script MT Bold in Photoshop CS2.I've tried several fonts, but keep going back to that one. Theimages I am doing this wayright now are the ones I am printing, so I tend to be fairly selective to try and print the best images...the paper and ink costs arestarting adding up, but I do love the ability to be able to do every step myself, and the Canon printers I use make magnificent prints. Just a couple of weeks ago my i960 printer finally died after 3 years of trouble free printing, so I invested in another Canon, the IP6700D, and it is just as great. The first 50 or so A4 sized prints have been wonderful.
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