Crossing Over II

© Connie L. Carpenter

Crossing Over II

Uploaded: May 30, 2003

Description

Infrared with lots of wind.. Canon G2 digital at ISO 50, f8 at 10 sec

Comments

Joy Brown May 31, 2003

Wow, Connie - this is great! #37473

clifton Mair May 26, 2019

Yes, this is very beautiful, great composition, detail and texture, makes me want to be there. #106311

Carolyn M. Fletcher level-deluxe May 26, 2019

Wonderful shot, Connie! WOW!! #106324

Judith G. Secco May 26, 2019

Connie, this is fantastic. I really love it.
Judy #106346

William C. Raco level-classic May 26, 2019

Very striking composition and IR effect.
Beautifully photographed, Connie.


bill #106380

Jill Battaglia May 26, 2019

Beautiful and dream-like! Love it, Connie!! :-) #106399

Shirley L. Carpenter May 26, 2019

This is just BEAUTIFUL Connie......I See WINNER written all over it......... #106400

Ellen Peach level-classic May 26, 2019

Fantastic IR, Connie...love the composition! #106414

Gary W. Lake May 26, 2019

Beautiful work Connie - stunning image! I love the way you used the wind to add a surrealistic effect to it. #106452

Darren K. Fisher level-classic May 26, 2019

Im so in love with this image!!!! Just so very well done Connie. #106484

America B May 26, 2019

AWESOME shot! How large can you have your images printed? I would love this hanging on my wall in my bedroom! How do you achieve the IR effect? With a filter on your camera or in the lab? (Sorry I'm not too smart on this stuff) #106521

Murry Grigsby May 26, 2019

Would be a great shot in color, B&W or IR as you've shown. Very nice work, Connie. #106571

Leanne M.E. Boyd May 26, 2019

Fabulous, just fabulous. #106653

Mette Vendelboe Allison level-classic May 26, 2019

Very good composition, I love the dreamy look of this IR photo! #106733

Connie L. Carpenter May 26, 2019

WOW... thanks for the nice response. I'm amazed!! America... this is done with a Hoya 72 IR filter on camera. I shoot in color(which comes out pink) and then convert to black and white. I won't say it's easy because it is hard to get the correct exposure (especially with the G2) without blowing out the whites. Some cameras are more sensitive to IR... such as the Sony 707.. Olympus E10... etc. My camera is about mid range although I think the G1 does better because they put an IR blocker in the G2. Thanks for the nice response. If I can help in any way just give me an email. #106799

Oksana Oksamit May 26, 2019

Very nice shot, Connie. Love it. #106937

Nobu Nagase May 26, 2019

Awesome image, Connie. I also shoot with G2 many times. Do you set 'superfine' on the compression level on these shots? #110301

Leanne M.E. Boyd May 26, 2019

Connie, would that filter work on a Canon SLR? #110356

Elizabeth A. Zibas May 26, 2019

Wonderful work Connie, and I do mean wonderful. Your composition really does it for me here. It looks like a dream. Truly fantastic in every way. #110943

Monika Sapek level-classic May 26, 2019

Connie, I didn’t see it this photo before, and I’m glad I took a look in your photo gallery! What great work! This photo is truly wonderful – great composition and very good exposure. I just love the movement here! What a beautiful IR photo! Love it!!!
Monika
#111328

May 26, 2019

Connie, this shot blows my mind! It is truly an exceptional IR shot. Excellent composition and perfect exposure. Well done. #114526

Bernard B. Travers May 26, 2019

Super, duper wowwy on this one. This is top flight, Connie. I second everything that has been said. #120446

Lisa Doyle May 26, 2019

Connie...

I love this photo... want to thank you for explaining how you got this shot...I also have the G2 and the Hoya filter...I have taken photos at differant settings knowing about the G2 and IR blocker, I deleted my pink photos thinking I just could not get the correct exposure to get my filter to work...But reading on I found you chg your photos to blk and white !!!!!!!! Wow why didn't I try this ??? I am back on the IR photo taken mode thank you for the tip, any more info on the G2 and Hoya filter would be great, and thank you again I really wanted this to work and now I know what to do :) .....
PS is it best to use the filter on a bright sunny day ???

Lisa #120951

Tracy Kraljev July 09, 2003

WOW ! says it all ! #138889

Patricia A. Kuniega November 04, 2003

Stunning Connie! It's all been said before... I'm just arriving late as I wandered in to your gallery. You've sparked an interest for me in IR now that I'll have to explore. If I were the "photo judge" I'd have made this one Grand Prize! : ) #255627

Susana Matos November 04, 2003

This is STUNNING! One of the best IR photos i´ve seen. The B&W contrast is strong and I LOVE it. Also the view and perspective of this photo. I have to try this.
Cheers from Portugal, Su #256549

Lucia De Giovanni August 04, 2004

Wonderful shot - great composition, I love everything about it! #687607

Susana Matos August 05, 2004

yes, indeed!! This is really a good one!!!!! You should resubmitt this one, it has Winner writen on it and don´t understand why it wasn´t choosen by the judges!
Cheers, Su #688031

Donna La Mattino Pagakis level-deluxe December 07, 2006

Super infrared image, great scene! #3675999

Renee C. Bynum January 18, 2010

Gorgeous shot, Connie! Draws you right in... #8309791

Steve M. Harrington February 03, 2010

A superb, flowing composition, Connie. The IR makes it even more special.
Steve #8353544

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