Haunted House

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© peggy gardner
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Photo Info
UploadedMay 25, 2008
TakenMay 25, 2008
ModelCanon EOS 30D
Exposure1/60 sec at f/5.6
FlashFlash, Auto-Mode
Focal Length47 mm
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Kodak Infrared

19 responses

  • Frederic Frognier

    Frederic Frognier (Deleted) gave props (25 May 2008):

    This is great!

  • Robert Allan

    Robert Allan said (25 May 2008):

    I like it a lot!

  • rory cobbe

    rory cobbe gave props (26 May 2008):


  • Andrew Lorimer

    Andrew Lorimer (Deleted) gave props (26 May 2008):

    Great Photo!!!! :) The tones @ the crispness of your focus terrific !!

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (27 May 2008):


  • peggy gardner

    peggy gardner said (28 May 2008):

    Traditional infrared film requires throwing the lens out of focus towards the foreground. As long as your in focus point is in the foreground, everything past it will be in focus in a graduating way, but nothing major. I focus on the closest thing I need as sharp as possible, and then slightly rotate my lens out of focus away from infinity a "touch" before firing the shutter. In this case the front barn wall was the starting focal point and then threw it out of focus about 6ft to the foreground. The exposure here is a standard infrared light value of 125 @ f16 shot on a very sunny day with a dark blue sky in a nikon f2, 24mm lens w/red filter. The title makes it creepier too.

  • Mark Gilliland

    Mark Gilliland gave props (29 May 2008):

    I second Peggy Sue and everyone else-fantastic!

  • peggy gardner

    peggy gardner said (29 May 2008):

    Mark: PeggySue Harrington walks on water in my opinion. I love her work and everytime she leaves me a comment, I feel redeemed and affirmed in a very selfish way. You should check out her work...but surely you've seen her fabulous images. I am always in awe..

  • Nelson Campbell

    Nelson Campbell (Deleted) gave props (29 May 2008):

    This is so so great!!! Man, it is haunted!!

  • Jacky Soeryana

    Jacky Soeryana (Deleted) said (6 Jun 2008):

    This house looks really creepy as I think not in reality. I adore IR! Love this one.

  • J. Harris Blacklist

    J. Harris Blacklist gave props (8 Jun 2008):

    Uh...Yeah...Yikes...oh, and nice IR capture...whew!!

  • peggy gardner

    peggy gardner said (9 Jun 2008):

    why, when they're so much intensity right here?
    actually I do live pretty close to where this was shot, however I do not know if the barn still stands.

  • Chris Whitney

    Chris Whitney said (9 Jun 2008):

    The infrared treatment gives this one a spooky feel. I like the effect.

  • Geir Danielsen

    Geir Danielsen gave props (12 Jun 2008):

    Exellent work!

  • Hector Ortiz

    Hector Ortiz gave props (18 Jul 2008):

    you should do a workshop in infrared photography...think about it...step by step...

  • Josh O'Connor

    Josh O'Connor gave props (18 Jul 2008):

    I love this shot, great infrared!

  • Catherine Kurvink

    Catherine Kurvink gave props (26 Jul 2008):

    This is such an awesome shot, Peggy! I love this series.

  • Nora Kubach

    Nora Kubach (Deleted) gave props (18 Aug 2008):

    i love it.... very creepy!

  • larry roy

    larry roy said (13 May 2009):

    reminds me of henry fox talbot...!

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