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Old Georgia Farm is a photograph by Richard Rizzo which was uploaded on March 5th, 2009.
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This was photographed near Andersonville Georgia (Circa 1996) using 35mm Kodak High Speed Infrared B/W film.
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Old Georgia Farm
Photograph - Photography, 35mm Film
March 5th, 2009
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Lovely mono, love the desolate atmosphere captured here.
Richard Rizzo replied:
Thank you so much Shaun, I really appreciate it. :)
Powerful moody piece. Love the brooding sky, & the forlorn abandoned house & property. Great capture. v
Thank you so much Janine, I appreciate it. :)
Beautiful and moody photo.
Thank you Jeff, I very much appreciate it. :)
superb dramatic mood Richard! ........ Featured ---> http://fineartamerica.com/groups/word-worth-1000-pics.html
Thank you so much Aimelle ML, I really appreciate it and thank you for the feature. :)
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Magic athmosphere... Ana
Thank you so much Ana. :)
Infrared rocks.....and so does this photo!!
Thank you Joe, I very much appreciate it.
I appreciate it, thank you Bill.
Fascinating view in this photo!
Thank you John, I appreciate it.
Love this one too.:) Very dark and mysterious.
Thank you Mike, it's amazing what infrared film can produce.
Thank you so much Sirpa, I really appreciate it.
this tremendous atmosphere is awakening intensive emotions, beyond words.
Thank you Julie, It was shot with Infrared film which gives it the strange almost haunting lighting.
Richard I love this!! Very moody, the textures are amazing!! I
Thank you Andrew, I really appreciate it. :)
This is incredible, one of my favorites. Very nice work.
Thank you Zeana and Tim, I really appreciate it.
Very powerful image Richard. A definite favorite. Stumbling.
You are a Master at this technique. Beautiful work! More please? :)
Thank you Cherie, Infrared film is very cool to use unfortunately I think they quit selling it a few years ago.
Thank you Brenda, it's amazing what you can find on old farm roads especially when lost. :-)
Thank you Jeff, It was one of those times where I was at the right place at the right time with the right film in the camera.
nice work here and what you've submitted....
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