The Dark City Project.
February 11, 2014 • Leave a Comment
I was told when I first got into photography to never go back a reprocess photos. Never did understand why, but for the most part once I’m done with a photo, I’m done with it and move on. Except for this time.
A few weeks ago a client had purchased an infrared photo from my site. The photo was taken during one of the time-lapse shoots I did about a year or so ago, Dark City Volume 1. Originally I processed this footage in Black & White, instead of faux color IR. So I decided to go back and re-process the time-lapse to look more like the photo, in faux color IR (http://www.bruce-wayne-photography.com/p319701911/h17e55c2c#h17e55c2c).
Dark City was an idea that I had came up with about a year or so ago, were I would capture a series of infrared time-lapses around the city. I wanted to give Philadelphia an otherworldly feel, similar to the photographs that I take. I was hoping to have several of these time-lapses done, but life got in the way so the project was put on hold. I’m hoping to continue the project this coming spring, so stay tune for more coming soon.
Music: "Solace" composed & performed by Quixotic
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Keywords: Bruce Wayne Photography, Center City Philadelphia, Infrared Photography, Pa, Time-lapse Photography
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