Saturday, December 16, 2006

Lone Violinist

26 Comments:

Blogger micki said...

Camera - Minolta Maxxum 9000
Film - Kodak Tri-X
Shutter Speed - 1/8
Aperture Setting - f-11 Aperture Mode
Lens - Minolta 50mm
Red #25 Filter and my homemade ‘gunky’ filter
Scanning Method - My scan from my cheap little hp officejet 5510v all-in-one copy/scanner/faxer/printer

It is hoped that you would respect my ownership of the images posted here on Shutterbug Underexposed, despite the ease with which you could copy my photos. If you would like a true photographic print of any of my images, please contact me at goodiesbaker@yahoo.com and I will be happy to provide you with one.

Another one in the series with my homemade filter.

10:22 AM  
Anonymous Suby said...

Nicely done, it is always interesting to see the things you can do with your filters and film, it must be fun, very original I say, unlike we digital people who would not know what to do if everything in the world stopped working :)

Have a lovely weekend.

Suby

10:33 AM  
Blogger [t e r r o r k i t t e n] said...

Lovely shot Micki...that gunky filter seems to be doing the job just fine. Phil

10:44 AM  
Anonymous Gabriel Loeb said...

Stunning micki! I love the way the fog seems to swirl aruond her. Beautiful work.

11:41 AM  
Blogger photowannabe said...

A very ethereal shot. I like the atmosphere it brings.

12:38 PM  
Anonymous Solaria said...

Wonderful!!!
I've heard about Kodak Tri-X film, and this is obviously the reason why. This image looks outstanding.
One of these days, I am going to have to get a darkroom so I can play with all of these wonderful potentials, really get my hands "dirty" so to speak...

12:44 PM  
Anonymous Ashish Sidapara said...

Lovely effect, i think the homemade filter is way cool!
Have a great weekend!!

12:54 PM  
Anonymous P.J. said...

A homemade filter... awesome. I really like the shot, too. So peaceful.

1:08 PM  
Blogger Sandy said...

Cool image Micki. Do you leave it gunky or re-gunk it every time?

1:22 PM  
Blogger PhotoSam said...

moody, arty, great concept, superb lighting, perfect subject, really cant think of any improvements...this is fantastic!...

1:45 PM  
Anonymous armeen said...

i like the dreamy feeling of this photo. and now i'm wondering what is your homemade filter like :) it's also nice to see how the tri-x film looks with this filter.

1:59 PM  
Anonymous Doug said...

Very cool filter effect. The swirl pattern gives a really unique look that I've not seen before. You picked a wonderful subject to use the filter with.

2:11 PM  
Blogger Naturegirl said...

So mystical...I can almost hear the sound echoing in the woods!

3:49 PM  
Anonymous michael said...

Very good, the mark of the proud mum!

5:11 PM  
Anonymous Otto K. said...

This is beautiful, Micki.

5:52 PM  
Anonymous tuna said...

must be nice having such willing models for your creative endeavours :D

9:40 PM  
Blogger Jill said...

What a cool looking effect and well done!

10:36 PM  
Anonymous Laurie said...

Really fantastic shot! This is just beautful.

11:43 PM  
Anonymous Doris said...

Oh so cool!!!!!!!!!!!!! very errie!

The spider is just to much LOL makes my skin crawl LOL

1:23 AM  
Anonymous Chris said...

Very nice. Unique and one of my favorites.

7:11 AM  
Anonymous Taswir said...

Very nice effect, good one

11:31 AM  
Blogger Cool Daddio said...

Very cool and knowing this was a self portrait even cooler!

7:11 AM  
Blogger blackdaisies said...

like a beautiful dream ...

5:19 PM  
Anonymous john said...

Playing up a storm, good visual effect

1:17 PM  
Blogger frame of mind said...

You always manage to hit it out of the park with these 'gunkified' images :-)

8:18 AM  
Anonymous Jeff said...

This photo has a great "feel" to it...very emotive. Well done.

6:37 AM  

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