IR from lookout.

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  1. Garbz

    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Had another flickr meet this weekend. This time it was a bit of a flop. So many pictures taken and only 2 keepers, and they needed heavy processing.

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    Ghosts?!

    In the first one, I like what the exposure time did to the tree.

    And, I like the orange color of the second one.
     
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    great shots!!! really like them both
     
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    Oh, I really like these :) An IR filter is on my very LONG list of wants!

    I wondered how moving objects would look in IR.
     
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    I like these too. My next photo adventure will be the purchase of a used XT and convert it to IR. The IR filters are tough to use.
     
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    Your shots make me want to go out and buy one of these IR filters. Great photos!
     
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    very nice work garbz, well processed too....I imagine these are taken using a filter, not with a converted camera due to the blurring of trees and people.
     
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    Yes you're right. Hoya R72 on a stock D200. Pretty much the worst possible combination since the D200 has one of the strongest lowpass filters. 15 second exposures if I remember correctly.
     
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    fadingaway1986 I Burn Easily :(

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    I first clicked it and I was going hmmmm that looks very familiar... then i've gone - hey!!! thats Mt Coot-tha!
     
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    I wanna shoot a movie in this stuff! UV and IR recordings are so awesome looking.

    Nice pics Grabz!

    BTW, do you know if the D300 or D3 is any better or worse?
     
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    Yup, exactly! Kinda like Vincent Ward's screen adaptation of the Richard Matheson novel "What Dreams May Come". Awesome!

    A recommended read and viewing BTW if you haven't seen/read it. I think it's a 98 or 99 film - the book is late 70's.
     

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