Joshua Tree EIR #1

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  1. Jeff Canes

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    I love the yellow glow in #7. All the infared stuff you are doing is great! I also like the plant in #5.
     
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    Love #3 & 5 in this series as well. Makes me wish we had brought something other than the digital to shoot with! Now I want to go back!
     
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    Mr. Canes, you kick much royal ass. :thumbup: Great job.

    Filter information, please. I'm digging the tones of #s 3, 4, 5 and 7. Please don't tell me you don't remember. ;)

    C-41, is that right?
     
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    dont really like these :( sorry :)
     
  6. Jeff Canes

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    Thanks all for comments

    Terri I don’t remember for sure, but I do know what filters I had with me. For sure the #12 (yellow) ones are those that the natural greens look pink to red in tones. The other filters were a #25 (red) and Nikon 056 (orange). All the images that have a heavy green/yellow tones were natural browns. I have a strong felling those maybe the red filter. And yes these where all process with c-41. I metered thru filter at ISO 100. And the weather was kind overcast.

    I tried to search for sample with different filter, but all ones I found where e-6. So I'm add an example of the natural colors.

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    I have been looking at these photos for a minute or two, and all I have to say is thanks for such a different perspective of a Joshua Tree! Especially seeing as I am sure we have all seen hundreds of photos of them, but these are just... interesting
     
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    excellent stuff here!
     
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    Great job on all of them.
     

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