'flex, 50mm, Kodak HS Ir
swan, for a very simple reason: it's a statue.
they're all - no matter how small or big, light or heavy, airy, hollow, monolithic, moumental or microscopic, even suspended - they're all "grounded". sad thing.
i decided to leave it as it is. your comment is a huge compliment, and questions like this one make me think more about what i do, and how do i do it.
if i haven't mentioned it before, all these photos are uncropped, edited to the minimum (contrast, levels, bit of toning...).
One of the best pics yet on the forum! I'll throw in a 5. Fantastic photo!
it's a 4.9, ladies and gentelmen!
seems you are right with your opinion about IR shots. It is a sure bet.
About the base, I really do agree with your answer but wouldn'it look better and more consequent then to show more of the base but this tiny strip?
swanm i told you! any shift from "normal" makes things more interesting. it starts with the film choice, goes on to filters, continues through development, enlargement / scanning... there are so many things one can do to bring the change.
with IR it's dead easy - click, and the rest is done by nature.
as for the base - valid point, fully agree with you! i wish i could include more of it, but what you see is the edge of the scann. on the negative one can see good mm or so more, but as i'm still
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