As part of the 2015 Doors Open Denver tour we got access to the new Hotel annex at the Denver International Airport (DIA). Here is what you see from within the airport terminal; lots of abstract shapes covered in glass.
The location for the hotel was part of the original airport plan, but got delayed. The architects wanted to develop a design that complemented the existing circus tent design of the terminal. (Yes, I know it is supposed to represent the Rocky Mountains, but I always saw it as a circus tent.) One can compare the almost finished product to the architect's model of the proposed design below. Mostly the scale has been changed so as to not overwhelm the terminal. Currently they plan to have their first guests for Thanksgiving 2015.
Well Friday night I finely figured out how to process my IR images to get this sort of false color effect. Needless to say it took a couple of hours and opening of photoshop to make the final adjustments.
Note that there is no snow in this image. The off white on the ground is green grass and the tree is full of bright green leaves. That is how it look in the IR spectrum.
I shoot this area a lot. It is up by the East Portal along the front range. There are some abandoned railroad worker cabins here which make interesting subjects to shoot. This is the third scene I shot with my ONDU pinhole camera. Again, it is not as sharp as I'd like, but that may be the scan.
Shot with Kodak Tmax 400 B&W 120 size film. Exposure is 5 seconds on a bright sunny day.
This is the first image I made with my ONDU pinhole camera. We drove up to Nederland in the local mountains and I shot this old garage. I got a total of six images out of a 120 roll. I had to guess at the exposure, but it turned out pretty well exposed. It is not as sharp as I thought it should be, but that might simply be the scan. Got it commercially developed and they did a basic scan. I will be silver printing it in the next few weeks and posting that. It should be sharper.
The format is very wide. I wasn't expecting that, so I will have to get closer to my subjects. Now that I have an idea of the correct exposure, I've shot a second roll. I will post that when I get it back from the lab.
Image taken in bright sun.