Friday, September 29, 2006

FRIDAYS ARE FOR ABSTRACT IMAGES, SPECIALTY FILM, OR SPECIALTY CAMERA IMAGES -- House on the Hill in Infrared

28 Comments:

Blogger micki said...

Camera - Minolta Maxxum 7000
Film - Kodak HIE Infrared film shot at ISO 100
Shutter Speed - 1/10
Aperture Setting - f-11 Aperture Mode
Lens - Minolta 75-300mm zoom lens @ 85mm
Red #25 and Polarizing Filter – stacking the filters gives me the same effect as using an infrared filter and still allows me to use autofocus
Scanning Method - My scan from my cheap little hp officejet 5510v all-in-one copy/scanner/faxer/printer

When I first saw this house that sits northeast from the more remote entrance to our county park, I knew I wanted it to be a subject for an infrared shot. On this day, the skies were nice and blue and the sun high and shining down from behind me on everything that was green. Perfect conditions for shooting infrared.

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8:25 AM  
Blogger Don said...

The infared film gives this a special character. You had this spotted for some time...now the pay off. Very nice shot.

9:20 AM  
Anonymous Otto K. said...

Kinda spooky. I love these IR shots of yours.

9:41 AM  
Anonymous Solaria said...

Love IR photography, and this one is no exception.
See, another reason to shoot with film!!!
Happy Friday and have a great weekend.

10:01 AM  
Anonymous Diane - Daily Walks said...

Wonderful quality to this one. It reminds me of an old move still from Gone With the Wind!

10:24 AM  
Anonymous Laurie said...

It looks like a painting.

Very cool effect.

10:58 AM  
Anonymous mooch said...

I think infrared can be a little too surreal but I like the composition to this, makes the already well framed image even more interesting. Looks like a faded image from the wild west perhaps...

11:36 AM  
Blogger Susan Jones said...

ok, that is very super cool.
woot!

12:29 PM  
Anonymous Still said...

I appreciate a lot your infrared images. A fantastic ambience... Brilliant!

3:59 PM  
Anonymous Doris said...

I just love your Inferred photo's! This one could be right out of a horror film ;-)

5:14 PM  
Anonymous AG said...

These IR shots are a heady mix of reality and the unreal and the results continue to intrigue. I should really try it . . .

6:02 PM  
Blogger PhotoSam said...

like the IR effect on the trees here micki...good one....7.75/10

6:10 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

I'm a big fan of IR and you really nailed this one, great shot

8:03 PM  
Anonymous outdoorexposure said...

amazing infrared shot...great location and the house is perfect focal point making a nice contrast from the surrounding:-))

10:04 PM  
Blogger Sandy said...

Very dream like. Love it:)

10:50 PM  
Blogger Robin Freeman said...

So cool Micki! I love this shot.
I'm happy I visited today.
My blog has been updated so visit if you can.

Hugs-
Robin

10:59 PM  
Blogger ndiginiz said...

Tena koe ehoa
Wow what a moody result this process gives images. Very spooky and intriguing at the same time.

12:59 AM  
Anonymous Montereyjohn said...

Infrared is something I never tried. In forty some years of shooting film I NEVER shot IR? Given your lovely result here, guess I'll have to fire up the A-1 and give it a try.

Nive image.

2:43 AM  
Blogger Tony said...

wow this is a great pic Micki, infra red does some wonderful things but you have the right subject too

cool stuff

T
:o)

4:29 AM  
Blogger Ash said...

Surreal!

4:54 AM  
Anonymous david kleinert said...

Hi there Micki - the infared image is very cool! thanks again for your continued comments over at my site also :)

5:02 AM  
Blogger Naturegirl said...

MAGICAL AND MYSTICAL..great cover for a mystery book!Now what can I write..hummm
Great inspiration for any artists out there!

5:27 AM  
Anonymous Christian said...

Like a dream this shot Micki

Have a nice week-end

5:52 AM  
Blogger Yanik said...

Gotta try IR myself soon..It seems really cool..This shot is a great example..

7:22 AM  
Blogger Paul said...

Micki, that is totally cool! Can't do that with digital, unless you have specially adapted camera. You can, however, simulate it though. :-) Great subject, too!

10:10 AM  
Anonymous Chris Loudermilk said...

I need to try infrared again. Very nice.

12:00 PM  
Blogger frame of mind said...

When viewed at the larger size, this shot has quite a painterly feel. Lovely stuff!

1:09 PM  
Anonymous P.J. said...

Awesome looking shot!

2:11 AM  

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