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Winter Trees

By dark_lord  
While looking out some family photos to scan I came across these for Film Friday. Alder trees in south Staffordshire taken on a Canon EOS 600 using Ektachrome Colour Infrared and a yellow filter, with an exposure of 1/45 at f/11. 31 December 1997.

The Versions are a couple of the locl shopping centres from 24 Decemnber 1997.
V1 is the Santa grotto in the Mander Centre.
V2 is the Wulfrun centre, wet and uncovered and much the same as it was since it was built in the late 1960s. There are numerous small shops and despite what many like to think these days there was some individul character back then. You wouldn't get that now since the overhaul in the 2000s as it's brightly lit with chain shops present, just a clone of every other shopping mall. Oh, and far fewer shoppers.

Thank you to everyone who commented pr voted on Chelsea Blues.

Tags: Winter Infrared Staffordshire Pink Trees Kodak Landscape and travel Alder Ektachrome Film Friday

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Carole
28 Dec 2018 11:47PM
All well taken and interesting, Keith.
I'm trying to identify the location of the lead image.......
...... Highgate Common or Kinver come to mind.

Richard Smile

P.S. - Dudley's 'original' Churchill Precinct was similar in character to the versions.

29 Dec 2018 8:04AM
love the impressionistic touch in the lead image and it was interesting to see the other two
saltireblue Plus
10 11.6k 72 Norway
29 Dec 2018 2:39PM
Very interesting effect with the yellow filter, Keith.
dudler Plus
17 1.5k 1811 England
29 Dec 2018 5:12PM
So tempting to say 'I see you never had any real success with IR Ektachrome either' Keith. Colours unpredictable and rather odd. D-max worrying at the best of times...

dark_lord Plus
16 2.8k 750 England
29 Dec 2018 9:38PM
Thanks John, I think Grin
I shot sufficient that I knew the type of effect I'd get, but often it'd be 'let's see what happens. A red filter gave orange tones and green skies, very post apocalyptic...

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