A bit more IR

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by doenoe, Jul 16, 2006.

  1. doenoe

    doenoe TPF Noob!

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    These pics arent the best, since i didnt have my tripod with me. And the wind didnt really help neither. But well, they came out pretty decent.
    So here they are:
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    #3
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    #4
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    #5
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    #6
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    Thanks for looking
    Greetz Daan
     
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    I quite like number 4 from this series, the pipes shot is nicely composed to my eye but seems 'overexposed' (I have NO experience of IR).
    What were thest shot with ?

    Cheers CJB
     
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    thats great ... how did you do that? what is IR?
     
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    Great stuff daan... i like the tone of your IR shots.....

    I dont see any overexposure..... it may be your monitor skylark..... and funkyflame..... IR is Infrared photography... done by using an Infrared filter over the lens..... im sure daan can link you or explain further. :D
     
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    Great shots, i'm a complete noob to IR, and my shots always come out pink for some weird reason haha. :(
     
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    Great Shots my only one critque is with #3. The contrast seems to great except for the sky everything is almost all black or all white with very little detail.

    My favorite would be #4, and I like the flags in #2 a lot for some reason
     
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    I like the slate blue color to the sky. Then again, I have a thing for blue....
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    For someone who "has a thing for green" (me), the total loss of all the greens in IR photography is sort of A PITY, of course, but I still like the outcome of yours here, Daan, and am fascinated with the whole aspect of IR photography ... the long exposure required for these ... making he flags in #2, for example, look like there was a veritable STORM happening :D.
     
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    thanks everybody, really appriciate the comments :)
    skylark: these were shot with a Canon 350D, 50mm 1.8 with a Hoya R72 IR filter.
    Funkyflame: You can find some info HERE But you can also Google it. There are loads of info on the internet about IR photography.
    JJP: Be sure to use the Custom Whitebalance (if your camera has that) Take a picture of grass (just grass, nothing else in the frame) for about 4 seconds. And make it with the IR filter on. Then use that picture as your custom whitebalance image.
    If anyone has some more questions, just ask :)
    Im probably going back somewhere next week and do a reshoot. Ill be sure to bring the tripod then :)
    Thanks again for the comments :D
     

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