Very interesting shoot, but the Quality is bad, whats happen?
Great picture! It's very naturally...
So the problem is me I must try it again. Thanks!
i used only one light,directly on the nut (in a dark room)and i had only one reflex in the mirror!
Really? I had a lot of problems with my mirror, look at that:
yes it was a mirror !
Great shoot! I looked on your Homepage and I see more nice pictures.
But I have a questions, you worked (e.g. the shoot with the nut) with a mirror or what was it?
Great Shoot! I try this with my D200, no chance with my Infrared Filter, I hope that it Works with the Hoya 720nm, with wich Filter do you have worked?
A great shoot!
Michele, I 've sent you a PM with my workflow.
Great Shot, how do you do the image editing? I want to do the same thing with an old Mustang, but it doesn't work..
What a great picture. Very sharp and colorful.
Shooting virtually into sun has caused light to reflect off grass giving it this glow.
Also used polariser. I find HDR a bit hit and miss. It worked on this image beautifully tho. I use Photomatix 3. One thing I have found is that white balance on SD14 is best in auto mode. I then use auto mode again on SPP2.5. Using other setting tends to give very warm images all the time ie sunlight shade etc. Keep forgetting to do preset wb at time!!
this is so typical for this area. Well done.
Nice portrait. She seems not be be happy about something. I like it to see portraits if the subject is not always just smiling. Makes it different..
I like the shot very much. But I would prefer it personnaly, if the depth of field would be bigger, so that alos the metal would be more in focus.
I like the mirror effect. I like these kind of "abstract" shots. You might get even more details with some adjustments in photoshop. It seems that some areas do not show details anymore, because it is too light. It is difficult but maybe possible.
I can only agree to what Leif said. You can feel the silence and the "weight" of the mountains. Really good.
I live in winterbourne Steepleton Dorset United kingdom post code DT2 9LH
extremely beautiful with a sense of silence.
may I ask how you converted your D70s to "infrared" ?
This image is taken with a D70S camera that has been converted to infrared only.
Thanks. Nothing, really. I think it's a good shot.
Yep. Simple and effective. What do you regret about this image?
Salut MaÃ®ter JZ. Superbe photo que je connaisais pas. C'est Danny?????
I like it
Looks like having been shot in a fairy tale country. I like it.
Nice one. A little bit distrating the blur on the foreground
Thank you! It's a color negative film after E-6 process.
Even if not very original it is a nice picture. Shame for the wrinkles on the feet