Making memorable images

Hope


Kneeling girl B&W small

One more in the series from the cemetery shoot. I will let it speak for itself.

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4 responses

  1. 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 🙂

        June 30, 2014 at 8:23 AM

      • 🙂

        June 30, 2014 at 8:36 AM