I Photographed Jesus Christ's Tomb
Photographer Oded Balilty opened the window and showed the world one of the holiest sites in Christianity.
At 7 p.m. on Wednesday, October 26, at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, scientists and photographers Oded Balilty and Dusan Vranic were among a team of about 30 people who saw the original surface considered to be the tomb of Jesus Christ. We spoke with Balilty about his experience.
I like to take the viewer on a tour of an area they don’t know.
So I stood up on the second level of the church and I photographed the same picture at different times of the day. The final photo was the best one because it was done late in the evening.
At night, the church is dark and there is no light. The lights from the