Beautiful Abandonment - Infrared

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  1. Eric.

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    This is from my most recent adventure to the middle of nowhere! Thanks for looking.
     
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    Cool, like the effect.

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    Thank you, I like it aswell. It was a windy day and it was a shuttespeed of about 2 minuets.

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    Here's 2 other shots of the same house, not infrared but still B&W.

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    As everyone who has worked with infared knows, it is very unpredictable stuff and tough to handle in the field.

    I of course like the infared better than the black and white. Maybe try cropping it a bit tighter and see what happens. You might be surprised!

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