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Infrared practicing. Shot with Nikon D70 + 18-70/3.5-5.6 kit lens and Hoya R72 + Circular Polarizer filters.
I like the lead in lines and the dramatic sky, just simple yet somehow beautiful.
For my second infrared shot with the converted Nikon 3100, thought I'd try a little color (since I got the 665nm option that lets in visible light as well) and also some clouds (sometimes not easy to find in California when you want them, but not complaining). It was incredibly hazy, but infrared really cuts through it, and also it was taken at noon (which is the best time for infrared, which I also like). This is up on Mount Diablo in Walnut Creek.
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Infrared without the Red Filter
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First capture with infrared filter : it's very surprising !
Keukenhof Park, Leiden, Netherlands, April 2014
Canon t3i, 18mm, f/7.1, 30s, Roya R72
This is infrared photos of Bromo Vulcano. Generated from four (4) shots of Nikon D80 IR converted + AFS 14-24mm f/2.8G ED lens.
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panoramique HDR de 9 images infrarouges (3 x 3 expositions).
There are one or two forests in Iceland, and this is the larger one, in the East of the island. This image is a 3 vertical shot panorama.
Exif: ISO 200 ; 1/80 ; f/5.6 ; @18mm
IR converted camera, 840nm