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jimcallum

Infrared film photo duotoned in Photoshop.


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Slowly scanning my old negatives. Lot's of grain in the Kodak Infraredfilm, also lots of halation adjacent to the highlights. I used thePhotoshop "reduce noise" filter, I'd be interested to know what othersthought about its use here.
Jim
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Very good composition and light! Looks like a very interesting place, there are still some interesting places in the world... Regards.
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Infrared technique is one way to make the commonplace, uncommon, another is an original point of view. You're no stranger to that.

I love the graffiti at the base of the statue, though I'm not sure of the translation, something about Eva still being a cabbage!

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The photo is unique and no one get bored looking at the photo. I really like your style. Well done!
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If you open up the large version of my photo, there are some graffiti at the base of the statue. Something to do with someone named "Eva" and a "cabbage". I know very little Italian, would you translate it for me, if possible? mille grazie,

Jim

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Infrared does bring a whole new look to photography. Although I usually see it used on landscapes, its interesting to see it used in this architecture/street photo. Infrared does give off alot of grain, like you said, but I find that is what gives it character. What's really amazing about this is the perspective. Having this statue shot against a crowd of people shows its true size. It must be amazing to see the this thing in person. Thanks for sharing.

 

-Max

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