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Rainy Night in Georgia   Featured in PhotoFlash #012
  "rainy night in georgia"
"rainy night in georgia"
6AM, heavy fog, Fuji Sensia 100 ASA, no clue on SS or F stop
© Robert Bridges
Canon F-1 35mm SLR...
Evy Johansen
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    Great image, Robert!

1/1/2004 11:04:40 PM

Anette Linnea Rasmussen
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Beautiful! Happy New Year.

1/1/2004 11:36:13 PM

Susie Peek-Swint
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Nice image Robert, I like the soft diffused background!

1/2/2004 2:06:24 AM

Stephen Zacker
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Beautiful image Robert!

1/2/2004 5:01:30 AM

Donna W. Neal
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Love the way you captured this tree it is framed so beautifully. Nice work

1/2/2004 6:23:12 AM

Karen Engelbreth
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Great image, Robert!

1/2/2004 10:13:15 AM

Robert Bridges

member since: 5/12/2003

To all respondents: first of all, thanks! Secondly, feel free to give critical input as well as the kinder words...

This was taken in Roosevelt National Park in Georgia. It was early AM and the thickest fog I have ever seen! It is moody but in my hazy daze (4 hrs sleep), I regret not walking to the other side of the tree and framing it against a perfectly ghastly and ghostly gothic building.

1/2/2004 10:14:40 AM

Joy Carlsen

member since: 2/27/2004

Hi Robert!
Sorry, no real critical imput -this photo is very well composed. The color is great, perfect time of day to shoot this image, probably the only time to get it with all the fog! My only comment would be the scan could be a little sharper and on the left side you can see the edge of the slide. Other than that - fabulous!

3/5/2004 5:47:20 AM

Robert Bridges

member since: 5/12/2003

Hey Joy,

By golly your right! I did miss a sliver of the edge on the left side. Thanks for pointing that out to me. As for the other - the sharpening aspect....hmmm while ideally yeah I 'd like this to be perfectly sharp the fact is that it was a soft day, soft light, distance was a factor and my eye sight is soft. Also I think when I down sized it from a much larger file and changed to jpg I lost some things. If you know how to sharpen better I'd greatly appreciate your input.


3/5/2004 2:36:34 PM

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