Industrial infrared

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  1. AluminumStudios

    AluminumStudios TPF Noob!

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    I haven't shot any infrared for a while, so I went out on a long drive through a valley with a lot of steel mills and power plants looking for good industrial things to try to get good IR photos of.

    I was REALLY happy with this shot. The long exposure + infrared combine to create a very neat effect IMHO.

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  2. TBaraki

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    Wow, that is great!
     
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    My first reaction wouldn't be appropriate for the forum, so I'll just say "absolutely amazing"
     
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    wow! that's really very awesome. hve you got the technical data for it? i'm sure alot of us would be interested...
     
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    interesting effect :thumbup:
     
  6. terri

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    This is clearly a digital IR shot, and if you're going to supply the info as to how it was obtained, your thread will probably get more views in the Graphics forum. ;) So I'll move it there for you.

    The Alternative forum is generally reserved for analog based techniques. :)
     
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    Wow! Great shot :thumbup:
     
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    This doesn't seem like the correct forum for sure, someone moved it here after I posted it in the "Alternative Technique and Gallary" forum :(
     
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    Actually, would you mind moving it to one of the gallery forums, where it belongs? I was posting it to share my photo and for a little critique moreso than to discuss my technical process.

    This is a true IR photo with very little manipulation (not the product of a graphics program and not really suited to this forum where it was moved to.)
     
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    No I was saying my reaction wouldn't be appropriate, as in "holy sh**", not your forum choice.
     
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    Awesome shot!!

    .... but "graphics forum?" Its a photograph taken with a filter, not something created in Photoshop.
     
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    Sure! To the General Gallery it goes. :)

    People sounded like they wanted to hear your process, and since it's digital, I figure it would get more views in the graphics section. I did put a comment that the Alt forum is generally reserved for analog-based processes, as way of explanation for the original move. No biggie at all!
     

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