One more in the series from the cemetery shoot. I will let it speak for itself.
This entry was posted on June 29, 2014 by azgsgirl. It was filed under Arizona, Photographs and was tagged with Arizona, Infrared photography, photography.
Another fine shot in the series – I like the way granite is rendered in IR – fresh flowers on the memorial? They can’t last too long in your heat I bet. You got a good perspective – the shot would not have been as good if the building’s roof line had intersected the sculpture.
June 30, 2014 at 3:22 AM
I think they were silk flowers. Fresh flowers wouldn’t last five minutes here. It’s supposed to be about 110° “lovely” degrees here today. And all week. Ugh.
I agree with you about granite. I am discovering all the things that look amazing in IR. I also agree about the roof line of the building.
I am going to the White Mtns. later this week and I can’t wait to shoot some of the places I’ve been, and some that I haven’t. It’s going to be wonderful. I agonized about taking the camera on the motorbike, but then if I leave it home, what’s the point? It doesn’t do me any good there.
I think you will enjoy the next series of photos. Sometimes interesting things are right in your own backyard, or, in your neighbor’s! 😉
June 30, 2014 at 7:32 AM
Good to know you have a treat in store – I’ll be looking out for it. See, you do get a general idea on how things will translate to IR after a bit, but then there is always that surprise awaiting you at your next shoot 🙂
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