Mt. Diablo

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    infrared shot of Mt. Diablo looking east/northeast. Yes... that's the Sierras back there.

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    Lue Huang, JP Hansen @ Random…¡, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Dialed-in! 22 months ago | reply

      Impressive... love the clouds that surround!

    2. JP Hansen @ Random…¡ 22 months ago | reply

      The Devil is in the details…

    3. MikeJonesPhoto 22 months ago | reply

      Really cool shot. Crazy... In all the years I have had an infrared camera, I never really thought to shoot mountains with it.

    4. bodiegroup 22 months ago | reply

      it's seriously fun to shoot from planes with it... they see hundreds of miles.

    5. Alpine Light & Structure 21 months ago | reply

      Erm - how do you do IR photography with a Powershot G12?

    6. bodiegroup 21 months ago | reply

      I bought the camera which had been converted to IR. It isn't done with filters. I bought it here...

      www.kolarivision.com/pointandshoot.html

    7. Alpine Light & Structure 21 months ago | reply

      Many thanks for the explanation - had not suspected that such a service existed. The results are certainly remarkable...

    8. AGrinberg 21 months ago | reply

      This is very cool!
      Makes it look like Alaska!

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