Saturday, March 04, 2006

Infrared at the Park

22 Comments:

Blogger micki said...

This is another from my first roll of infrared film that I shot last summer. I had this tree on the list of MUST SHOOT subjects. It turned out just as I'd hoped. It was over 95 degrees that day when we got to the park right around noon. Very sunny, nice amount of clouds in the sky. I used only a red #25 to shoot this roll, and was fairly pleased with the results. Some day I'll invest in a true infrared filter.

Minolta Maxxum 7000 Kodak HIE Infrared film Set ISO to 200 1/60 f-11 Aperture Mode Sigma 35-135mm zoom lens

7:39 AM  
Anonymous idreamred said...

beautiful shot. i love infrared film. thanks for dropping by my page =D

10:11 AM  
Blogger jj said...

wow! i'm enthralled by your infrared film iamge...

10:39 AM  
Blogger Ali said...

Wow, infrared photography is soo interesting.

11:09 AM  
Anonymous Gavin said...

I really like infrared shots. This one is great! It's almost dream like. Nice job!

Thanks for the comment by the way. I appreciate it.

11:32 AM  
Blogger Jerry said...

nice picture:) you always take a good pictures.

11:51 AM  
Anonymous David Kapp said...

I was really excited to see this shot and read that you experimented with IR film. It's one thing that I've been wanting to do for a long time now. I almost got a big lot of color IR film, but missed the local sale by 5 minutes!

I've just been too cheap to buy it new at almost $20/roll!

Dave

12:51 PM  
Blogger micki said...

It is expensive to purchase and then have processed. My second roll I really blew it. What a waste of cash. But I learned, and that's the only way I'll learn. Can't wait til the buds on these trees start popping. I'm ready to try again.

1:58 PM  
Blogger Monterey John said...

Oh my, Micki, that is marvelous!

3:29 PM  
Blogger Marc said...

I'm blown away by this photo. It looks to me to have a very delicate "fern-like" appearance. Unless my eyes deceive me it's a willow tree?

5:28 PM  
Blogger micki said...

No, not a willow. Don't know what it is, though. I'll see if I can identify next time we go back. On my heavily wooded peninsula, there are only a few places to go to watch the sun set. We go to the park often.

5:53 PM  
Blogger Dia said...

WoW! Really amazing photo, as if its not real :) Didnt know infrared photos can look so good ;) I guess it depends also on the person who is shooting, again, amazing photo ;)

7:17 PM  
Blogger Duane Bong said...

Nice experiment. Looks very surreal. Pity IR photography doesn't work with digital SLRs. I would like to have tried this some time.

8:16 PM  
Blogger Sidney said...

Very surreal. Cool effect! Amazing results.

10:13 PM  
Anonymous Jide Alakija said...

Great work Micki. Love the shot. Will try this sometime too.

3:55 AM  
Blogger sailu said...

Amazing piece of photography.I have been trying to work on my photography skills before investing in a good camera.Well right now I take pics with my mobile cam for my food blog...:).I loved the picture of the egg yolk.
I sure can pick up tips from you and yes,I would love some homeschooling tips too(I have a 3 yr old).
Lovely blog and will drop by often.

4:02 AM  
Anonymous Fantom Poet said...

Great shot lovely textures almost wisp like. Some good news is that some DSLR's will shoot IR. You will need something like a Hoya R72 Filter but it can be done!. To test if your DSLR can do it dgo to a dark room with a remote control from your TV. IN the dark shoot a 10 second exposure wile pointing said remote at the lens and pressing buttons. If you get an image then you can shoot IR (D50 can do it fine)

5:37 AM  
Anonymous G said...

Very cool.

At first glance, it looked like surf breaking over a huge, mostly unseen rock (the trunk of the tree).

Consider the shot a success, as far as I'm concerned.

5:52 AM  
Anonymous outdoorexposure said...

wow...great shot, love the tone and brightness here:-)

7:50 PM  
Blogger Laurie said...

Wild shot! I Love It!

My husband works with IR cameras...but this nothing like he gets. (His cameras are used as diagnostic tools.)

8:32 PM  
Anonymous Jarrett said...

That is such a cool effect. So surreal! What a great subject for it too.

12:45 AM  
Anonymous coffeelover said...

Interesting processing. Very dramatic image.

8:35 PM  

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