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Manager's office, Bridgeport's former Savoy Hotel

Another from a very small number of images I made of the interior of the Savoy, once a grand hotel in the thriving downtown of 1920s Bridgeport, CT. The hotel has been abandoned now for over 40 years. This is a RAW scan of a Velvia slide, done with a Nikon CoolScan 5000ED and VueScan. There was no color or saturation adjustment, and almost nothing with the tones, besides some dodging around the door, the bottom of the radiator, and the pile of books. I'm kind of proud of the fact that I didn't even bracket the exposure.

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John Lasseter , January 06, 2012; 11:51 A.M.

Another from a very small number of images I made of the interior of the Savoy, once a grand hotel in the thriving downtown of 1920s Bridgeport, CT. The hotel has been abandoned now for over 40 years. This is a RAW scan of a Velvia slide, done with a Nikon CoolScan 5000ED and VueScan. There was no color or saturation adjustment, and almost nothing with the tones, besides some dodging around the door, the bottom of the radiator, and the pile of books. I'm kind of proud of the fact that I didn't even bracket the exposure.

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