Half light...infrared.

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  1. Roger

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    Interesting geometrics and crop.
     
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    i really like this shot, a lot!

    *semi-related ??* i have zero experience with IR photography, but know that most examples are of plant-life because of the __-rays or wavelength (can you tell i'm inexperienced?). my question is for this shot, why would you use IR? what would this shot look like normally? i hope this doesn't sound derogatory...
     
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    thanks for looking....not a crop :)

    thanks glad you like it....derogatory, not at all,I used IR in this particular instance because I had the camera with me. I was not expecting to do any indoor shots, however IR light is available all the time, just the level that varies....I've used IR at night a few times also. I have a preference in using IR for archeitecture, I like the way it shows detail and adds drama to skies.
     
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    Nice tones and texture throughout, and good control and use of available light.
    All in all, a very nice image.
     
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    Very nice shot.
     
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    Very nice!!! love the geometry as mentioned before!
     
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    thank you very much.

    thanks :D

    thanks a lot.
     

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