House on stilts near St. Augustine Fla.
Shot on Kodak high speed infra red film, negative scanned to PS on a Canon negative scanner. I’ve also had this manually printed, but the digital version is every bit as true to the original print… and a lot less trouble.
billyboy florida infrared landscape
Here it is I have been watching. Yes you did it a different way. I just used a filter lens.This is a spectacular shot. I love what infrared does. This is the more intense route.
The great part about digital is you can snap 100’s of photos to get a good one without it getting expensive.
Great shot Billy
A man after my own ’art! – I have used the same technique on most of my images. I love Infrared.
I am another fan of infrared. Love it when it’s well done. And this is a very fine example. Well done.
Many thanks Jeff, Bruce and Margo. The great thing about IR film is that you never quite know what you`re gonna get. Something has to make up for those lost hours locked in a dark closet changing film reels!
I’ve never played with IR film, I’m too impatient! Love the result you’ve gotten here though billy!!!
This is incredible I WILL HAVE TO LEARN THAT!WOW
What stunning work! Love the tones…so brooding and lonely! I love it…well done!
Many thanks Mel, micmac and Penny!!
This is a great shot – love the infra red effect!
What a fantastic result. I have just started to experiment with IR…but only with a filter. What an amazing process you have used to get this image. Stunning.
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