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    Savannah, Georgia in Monochrome

    Three monochromes converted from scans of color slides captured in 1999.

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    Forsyth Park
    Savannah, Georgia in Monochrome




    Victorian home
    Savannah, Georgia in Monochrome




    Bonnaventure Cemetery
    Savannah, Georgia in Monochrome

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    Re: Savannah, Georgia in Monochrome

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Buckley View Post
    Three monochromes converted from scans of color slides captured in 1999.

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    Nice photos. I like the composition. Bruce
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    Re: Savannah, Georgia in Monochrome

    Mike

    I think maybe the this one is a little busy and cluttered?

    But the first two are lovely images. I love the rich tones in each and in 'Victorian Home' the decision to close in and capture detail was very well made.

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    Re: Savannah, Georgia in Monochrome

    Thanks for the observations, folks!

    I agree, Donald, that the last one is a little busy. It's my least favorite of the three. I wish I had had the opportunity to shoot it in different light that might make it less so.

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    Re: Savannah, Georgia in Monochrome

    I like the second one a lot. The composition, the repeating forms, and the distribution of tones are what make it stand out to me.

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