Saturday, July 08, 2006

Waiting Patiently in Infrared


Blogger micki said...

This is a shot of a couple of my kids waiting semi-patiently for me to shoot some other infrared images. It was so miserably hot that day. Hopefully you’re out enjoying your summer weekend and not hanging on the blogs too much today. I’m going to try to do the same. The temps are going to be below normal for one more day, and I don’t want to waste my Saturday indoors.

Camera - Minolta Maxxum 7000
Film - Kodak HIE Infrared (I think I rated it at 200
Shutter Speed - 1/30
Aperture Setting - f-11 Aperture Mode
Lens - Sigma 35-135mm zoom lens
#25 Red Filter
Scanning Method - My scan from my cheap little hp officejet 5510v all-in-one copy/scanner/faxer/printer

Things I’m Thankful to Cliff For…. Watching you and Mom dance together. You two had some really fancy footwork back then.

8:45 AM  
Anonymous Otto K. said...

Cool shot. I really enjoy your infrared shots and they make me want to explore that more. Have a nice Saturday!

9:45 AM  
Blogger Azhar said...

It would have been really cool with the woman in the sahde so she would stick out very well in indrared.No doubt I like.

10:14 AM  
Blogger Chris Fry said...

Wow. This image makes your daughter look very ghostly Micki. Great shot.

BTW, I really like reading "Things I'm Thankful to Cliff For ..." Chris

11:01 AM  
Anonymous DAVE said...

Love those infrared pictures. Keep'em comming

11:48 AM  
Blogger bkphotography said...

This has got to be the perfect summer shot! :-)

12:59 PM  
Anonymous NoWords said...

way to cool! well done!

1:55 PM  
Anonymous Jeff said...

Micki, I love the tension between the two girls in this photo. If you hadn't told me they were patiently waiting for you I would have interpreted this photo as two girls who were intentionally ignoring each other over some spat. Well done.

2:39 PM  
Anonymous Karl Baumann said...

Looks like a dream - so light and soft :-)

4:14 PM  
Anonymous Still said...

I like a lot the ambience given by the hot light. Superb!

4:32 PM  
Blogger Laurie said...

I love it. Infrared shots are very interesting.

8:28 PM  
Blogger Cool Daddio said...

I also was thinking of a post argument scene. Especially with the great road sign included in the shot.

8:57 PM  
Anonymous tore said...

Great work on the light- I love that your daughter is sitting in a pool of sunlight.

8:58 PM  
Blogger Jill said...

Really like this effect!

12:32 AM  
Anonymous AG said...

There is a surreal quality about IR images but you’ve added a human tension here as an extra. I do admire this creative work.

12:47 AM  
Blogger Dave MacIntyre said...

As always, I really enjoy your infrared shots. Well done!

1:19 AM  
Blogger Donncha said...

Nice! I love the infra-red effect! It makes me want to get my old Sony 717 fixed so I can shoot psuedo-infra-red with it's night mode again.
Hope you enjoy the rest of the weekend!


3:51 AM  
Blogger Stardog Champion said...

Infrared was a good choice for this. Everything here looks so calm and relaxing.

5:09 AM  
Anonymous Suby said...

Absolutely stonking shot, you could not have composed them any better if you tried. Choice of infra really siuits this shot. I have not tried this effect before (NOTE to self: Try it).

Love the way yoiur daughter sat is in the light and all and the other daughter in the shade both facing totaly different directions without a thought for the camera (guess they used to it now). Brilliant brilliant shot. A definite keeper.

6:50 AM  
Anonymous Anders said...

Spooky. I like it.

7:26 AM  
Anonymous Chris said...

Never have used infrared, but have always enjoyed viewing the works others have made with it! Nice photo!

7:35 AM  
Blogger Gene Wilburn said...

Excellent! (and a reminder to get my HIE out of the fridge and into a camera!)

7:45 AM  
Anonymous leeroy said...

They look a little like ghosts :) I like the placement and poses of each of them, and they did so well to sit still in the hot weather!

6:38 PM  
Anonymous Jeff said...

Very cool! On top of the whole infrared style, I dig the arrangement of the subjects... like an album cover where the subject is to look totally uninterested.

12:07 AM  
Anonymous Fantom Poet said...

I love seing IR shots..I keep taking them with my D50 and a Hoya R72 filter the odd one I post but Its fun just to see things in an alternative light

6:14 AM  
Blogger Jasp said...

You have them well trained...must have been bribed with home made cookies ! :-)

4:39 PM  
Blogger frame of mind said...

Fine composition and a whole world of story possibilities to accompany this scene!

11:39 PM  

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