As I wandered through the forest at our location for Monday nights shoot, I was a little intimidated. The woods can be a difficult place to capture in one image. As I looked up to the canopy, I envisioned this shot, so I grabbed my infrared camera, popped a fisheye on it, and created this. With a little post work in photoshop, my vision appeared.
Our workshop ended this evening with a really cool review of all the best images from the 30 or so participants. I am quite humbled to be a part of all the creative images that were viewed tonight! It was really cool to be a part of this DLWS workshop. Moose Peterson, Laurie Excel, and the rest of the team made the week a really fun one and one to remember for a long time!!!
omg! this is amazing.
very creative. Cool shot.
Wow Mike this is very cool! I love it!
Seen in my contacts’ photos. (?)
Seen on your photo stream. (?)
I really like this perspective!
the vision you explored for this photo is fantastic.
Vrey good =)
This is a stunning photo. I am just venturing into the world of IR and this is the sort of inspiration I am looking for! Thanks.
Fantastic shot! I’ve used a fisheye lens a little bit with my film cameras in the past, and have been thinking about getting one for my digital camera. This shot has inspired me to do just that.
Fantastic angle, my friend.
This is a wonderful shot!
You are invited to post it to:
This is why the whole fish eye concept was invented. Love Love!
an amazing image!
wow ! it’s so COOl !
i love the picture it’s great how every once in a will someone will come up with a picture they can not even explain the moment any ways great picture love it
Seen in the group:
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What a fun and very cool perspective!! Awesome!
Great work of art!