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Old Apr 21, 2003, 7:35 PM   #1
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Default New England - Narragansett Church

I love these old Churchs and found this one with a tiny grave yard across the street from it.. Stones in the grarveyard were marked 1778 but the church was new, 1851!. [fototime does a terrible job of re-saveing my pictures]


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Old Apr 24, 2003, 5:47 PM   #2
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Very nice..Looks farmillar
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Old Apr 30, 2003, 1:56 AM   #3
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Fine shot, but...
If you take a close look at it :shock: - you will see, that you got the stonefence and entrance pretty sharp- but missed the sharpness of the church - which is you eyecatcher, right ?!

I like your composition with the tree into the shot - gives it something extra I think. But be aware of not disturbing the real motive - the church. A way to overcome this is to move to the left before shooting. (But of course I dont know what was to the left - maybe a big skyscraper :P )
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Old Apr 30, 2003, 12:10 PM   #4
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I agree with Klaus especially:
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and entrance pretty sharp- but missed the sharpness of the church
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Old May 1, 2003, 9:40 PM   #5
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Default Great Crit!

Yes, I did everything to get that pic while my two grandchilds and dau were in the van just out of site... One kid started yealing,, I'm in the little cem. trying to compose a photo with "POWERLINES" and now the horn is honking!! Don't get me wronge... I love it but that's the true way to take pictures... UNDER PRESSURE.. Matter of fact, most all pictures are under pressure and not ever to be gotten again...

By the Way... That pic is really sharp 'PRINTED' 8.5x11 but it's my teck at reduce and post to web that is bad..... Next print will be 24x36 of this one printed commercially...
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