Infrared composition


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18 comments:

Deja Vu said...

i have no word to say...
this one is really appreciative
y dont u upload on deivantart.com
itz a really good web for artists just like you

Natasha said...

OMG! this picture makes me speechless! good job. why do you make it so hard to comment? :D

flying cow said...

ruddy!

Anonymous said...

breath taking,marvellous, fantastic , boombastic ( vocabulary finished)
bohat khoooab
ALLAH BLESS U
AMEEN

Jnarin said...

Can't say a word...Need a minute to get my breath back.. (Sorry)

Nauman said...

Very nice indeed. Infrared can do wonders.

Keep it up, you have an eye for things.

Zee'Ay said...

"Stuck in a moment and can't get out!"

Hello!
it is simply beautiful, nothing more is coming out of me.The red has blend so nice, it just seems a part of it.

Zag said...

I've gotta learn how to do this

~meyum & a half~ said...

this is beautiful
but faraz i liked your old stuff better:)

~meyum & a half~ said...

i meant the normal day light fun photography...:)

Faraz said...

Saroosh: Thank you Saroosh, I do not feel comfortable with the DeviantArt.com user interface so don't feel like going there unless I really have to :)

Natasha: Oh come on, this is not a perfect photograph. To judge the quality of a perfect exposure you need to look for the brightest point in the photo and the darkest point in the photograph. I good photograph is one where there is an even distribution of shades all the way from pure white/red to pitch black. The exposure in thos photograph is not good.

Moi: Hey welcome back! :)

anonymous: Thank you, jazakallah, shukriya, meharbani, bohot nawazish (vocabulary finished) ;) May Allah Bless you too and I would really like to know your name :)

Jnarin: I've been very curious about your blogger profile, would you be kind enough to tell me a little more about yourself and if you keep a blog then I would love to read it sometime :)

Nauman Nisar: Thank you, you are very kind :) we all have hundreds of beautiful things around us if we just take five minutes of our time each day to look for them and appreciate them :)

Mei: The glass filter i use for Infrared photography is a very dark and very thick red glass. I am supposed to convert the photo to greyscale but I liked the way it looked in red so left it the way it was :)

Zag: Check your email, I've sent you a step by step guide on how to take infrared photographs with your digital camera :)

Meyumposts: Your wish is my command me lady, I've posted a Macro photograph taken in everyday sunlight :)

Suleman said...

absolutely awesome. What camera do u use for taking infrared.

jammie said...

hmmmi think i agree with meyum. i like this because its sooo moody. it totally changes the actual feel...and it looks like someting BAD is about to happen. but i like your original, non-infra stuff better :)

Ramla A. said...

Awwwwwwsome! Who is this? Quentin Tarantino behind the lens!? This instantly reminded me of Kill Bill's fight scene in the Japanese garden where The Bride chops off the head of assassin Oran Ishi.

I LOVE the mood. It's soooo about the mood!

Ramla A. said...

I differ from Meyum and Jammie. This brings a great change of mood to your repertoire. It breaks away from your tradition of feel-good photography. On an artistic level, this shows a depth in your work. On a personal level, your cheerful spirit must stay afloat!

Ramla A. said...

* Differ in the sense that I love the change in mood. Breaks the pattern. The old pictures were sometimes getting to look alike. This is not "magazine stock photography" which was becoming your genre (I always insisted!). This is ahhrt.

Mina said...

wow! it's goth ansel! :D

GerÊ said...

ohhh... God!
it is so hot today!
is it love?