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author Christel Green
title The Hill (IR)
date9/6/2000 2:34:00 AM
detailsI hesitate to post this, because A: I think you may have to be Danish to appreciate it, and B: It should be viewed larger than is possible on this site. IŽve done something about point B - 1000 pixel version available here . YouŽll have to be the judge about point A :) This is as typical a Danish September landscape as youŽll ever see.
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1 Jeff Alu   (9/6/2000 2:54:00 AM)
Great shot Christel, yes I agree it should be larger, but I love it! (9)
2 Tom Grubbe   (9/6/2000 3:00:00 AM)
I'm not sure you have to be Danish to appreciate this since a shot like this should have universal appeal. Those clouds are awesome and I would want to shoot them from every direction possible. The panoramic view gives me a bit of insight into what you were faced with. Wonderful! (9)
3 Sergei Samus (Serega to friends)     (9/6/2000 7:40:00 AM)
What shall I say Christel? This is just a piece of infrared art 9
4 Rogier Janssen   (9/6/2000 8:25:00 AM)
Wonderful composition. Maybe I'm not a very big IR fan, I'd like to have seen this in normal B&W, to compare.
Oh yeah, how DO you get those html links in the message?
5 Sergei Samus (Serega to friends)     (9/6/2000 10:01:00 AM)
Rogier, don't worry, i'll remove that html formatting option from there soon, thanks Christel, I thought I'd already done that :)
6 Andy Laycock   (9/6/2000 10:15:00 AM)
Excellent shot Christel. Whenever I look at IR I always think about how it would look without the effect and this one would have the same impact. In fact the IR seems to add very little here. Great job.
7 Christel (9/6/2000 10:21:00 AM)
oooops! Sorry Sergei, I didn´t know I was being bad ;)
8 Mats Flemstrom   (9/6/2000 10:22:00 AM)
Wonderful work Christel. The placing of the "hill" in the centre works really well - a very orderly landscape contrasting with the anger in the unruly sky.
9 Christel (9/6/2000 10:29:00 AM)
I meant to add before, as a reply to Andy and Rogier, that a normal b&w shot would have rendered the sky almost white. I also forgot to mention that this image is not converted to b&w as usual, but split in Lab channels. This is the magenta channel. Thanks everyone for the comments, they are much appreciated :)
10 Larry Korhnak   (9/6/2000 4:00:00 PM)
A landscape worthy of the catagory. Perhaps you should get a large format camera and a red filter and do this for "real"? (9)
11 Alberto O. (Alberto Olsen)   (9/6/2000 4:45:00 PM)
Very nice landscape
12 tania   (9/6/2000 4:56:00 PM)
It all consists of countless globules and wool balls! These round shapes are a delight. A very happy image.
13 Terry Forrest (Teresa Forrest)   (9/6/2000 10:56:00 PM)
I don't know what IR stands for and I'm not Danish (American of Italian descent), but I can sure appreciate a nice landscape shot, wherever it is! You've shot some interesting clouds in each of your last two postings.
14 Andy Laycock   (9/6/2000 11:15:00 PM)
Actually Christel with a deep red filter you will get the dark sky in BW. Since the sky is blue the red filter will not pass light of that general wavelength very well so it will be underexposed on the film and therefore will be dark on the print. This looks very much like a straight BW shot since the IR affect is not that strong. No matter how it was done it's still a wonderful shot and I would be proud to have taken it.
15 Roger Ranney (Don't block the shot)   (9/7/2000 12:03:00 AM)
I'm going to trash my landscape photos :-( Christel, this is great. The cloud appear to be a large hand lifting up the earth. I see a lot in this photo. IR=interesting resolution. vote 9.5
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