Mt Wellington Infrared

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  1. julius

    julius TPF Noob!

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    Here is my first edit from my short IR session today.

    Resting a camera on a barb wire fence for 1 second exposures turned out to be harder than expected so I took about 100 frames and only 5 or 6 came out tack sharp.

    I'd love to hear any comments or critique

    Thanks for having a look :wink:

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    edit: changed picture.
     
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    Very awesome!!!
     
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    Ooo, rather good that!
     
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    Great shadow play :)
     
  5. julius

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    Thank you very much :)
     
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    Amazing capture! What did you shoot it with?
     
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    I love it!!!

    Reminds me of the scenes from Lord of The Rings when the eye is looking at frodo...and the black riders are after him! If that makes any sense?

    Well done
    Garrentee
     
  8. julius

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    Cheers for your comments. Haha I liked garrantee's interpretation a lot :D

    I shot this using my Nikon d50 and Hoya R72 infrared filter. Manual exposure @ f/8 + tripod

    It's actually a 4 shot (Fairly closely stitched and then cropped) vertical panorama because I don't have a wide angle lens that can accommodate for this kind of thing yet.
     

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