this is a infrared picture. It was my first time I taked a photographie with this kind of film. It was for a homework. I know I had so many thing to learn if I want a perfect Infrared picture. So if u had some tricks to learn to me don't be shy :) help me.
And please give some comment about the picture.
WATH U THINK ABOUT IT
So have a nice day
p.s. I really fall in love with Infrared film. I
love the effect. It's special just like me :)
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cobraphil8 (82) 2005-11-21 10:54
Poetic moment, thanks you for this shot.
Burnham (2428) 2005-11-21 10:58
I have no experience with infrared film, but I must say this one has a great atmosphere, it looks like something out of a dream. BTW I really like how there's a piece of wood missing in the fence just above the horse's head. I have no advise, but you seem to be doning allright without it ;o)
Miks (1717) 2005-11-21 11:00
It took me a while to decode this image because of the wooden fence which frames it. But it is a very intriguing shoot. The infrared complements the 'magical' scene very well. The horse just needs a horn on the forhead ;). It is not pinsharp. So my only criticism is that a sharp focus on the horse and a deeper DOF would have made the image a bit more accessible. Nevertheless, a very cool shot!
mlopes (494) 2005-11-21 11:08
Well Eric, actually i'm sorry that this magical moment was freezed in time with an IR film... i hate that... but well, that's just me.
So, there goes my harsh critique about the medium you used, but... i must say this is indeed a magical moment, great framing and great photo.
misterB (2250) 2005-11-21 13:53
I think if you were to look at point 7 in the Terms of Service, you would see that infra-red photos are not allowed. That's not to say it's a bad photo, I actually quite like it, and I think it has worked well to highlight the subjects - the horse and the man. But even so, I think we should stick to the rules - What Adam giveth, Adam can also taketh away!