A couple new image transfers-color infrared

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  1. terri

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    These are a couple of samples of Polaroid image transfers from my Kodak EIR film negatives. I like using film strips instead of slides sometimes, for a different effect. I used Polapan Pro 100 4x5 sheet film for these, projected from my Daylab.

    These were taken in Las Vegas at the "Little New York" area.

    I call this one "Gothic City" :lol:

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    The Statue of Liberty:


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    I think Las Vegas should only be presented in a surreal kind of fashion, and these color infrared negatives looked good to me for this purpose. ;)

    Thanks for looking!
     
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    Ok, waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too tired to think of words so I'll just have to use smillies. Sorry.

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    Awesome stuff, the Pepsi sign really makes the first one!

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    Ooh terri brings us life again! These are great, I like the negative effect, especially in the statue of liberty!

    Hmm I might start trolling through to see if I have any good negatives to put in the slide printer.I have been uninspired to do much of anything since the print exchange.

    That nyny roller coaster is crazy man!
     
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    Thanks for the comments! :)

    Kara: negatives can be a lot of fun. Kinda tricky with the color film, so look for images with good graphic lines. Just remember you have to like the way the negative looks, because that's what you'll see on the P-film. I tossed out a lot before I got the hang of it. :lol:

    Aren't you gonna be snowed in this weekend? ;) I hope you do some; I'd love to see them!
     
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    Karalee hOtLiPs!

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    Ill be scouring through negatives tonight to look for ONE negative in particular :lol:

    Wish me luck :lol:
     
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    These are great! I really like the lines in the first one. It looks like it's almost an old photography with the Pepsi Cola sign and the way the colors come out. Awesome job!
     
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    Thank you! I didn't think of it like that, but you're right! :)

    Sending you Good luck vibes, Karalee. :thumbup:

    I have some more I'll post over the next few days. Gotta get to scanning.
     
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    wow..nice process!

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    ...2nd one is too good.. I just spent a considerable amount of time glued to it! :). Perfect timing and solid composition!
     
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    They look like old time postcards! I like! (BIG compliment since I am an avid postcard collector!)
     
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    Thank you! :)
     
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    That first one is really impressive!
     

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