Black Heart

© Graham J. Weiss

Black Heart

Uploaded: June 12, 2007


Aperture Priority @ f22, 8 second exposure (tripod mounted), 18-70 @ 18mm. Shadows/highlights, sharpening and conversion to Grayscale in PSCS.

McLean Alley, Melbourne Australia, Captured in the rain at midnight.


Heather L. Haderly June 12, 2007

LOVE this Graham!!! #672285

Graham J. Weiss June 23, 2007

Hello Heather.

Thank you, I love Black Heart also.

I shot this whilst Nicholas Cage was in town shooting his movie Ghost Rider - after shooting had finished actually.

This alley was used within the movie and is fairly recognisable as quite a bit of action was shot here. Unbeknownst to me was that a character within the movie (and original comic series) is titled Black Heart (apologies, but I'd never heard of the comic prior to Nick coming here!) I thought it an eerie coincidence. #4429525

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