Microwaves over Bernal Hill

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  1. Lost America 93 months ago | reply

    Really great Eric! Not sure it even needs the blue cast.

  2. ec808x 93 months ago | reply

    Thanks, Troy! I might just process it for BW.

  3. `Vorfas 93 months ago | reply

    Very nice work!

  4. VJ Spectra 93 months ago | reply

    Man what a surreal image - thats just awesome Eric. Your putting that IR to good use!

  5. ec808x 93 months ago | reply

    Thank you for the comment, VORFAS.

    Thanks, Anthony! It's definitely a fun technique, and it's one with many nice surprises in the post process.

  6. AtillaSoylu 92 months ago | reply

    great work, i really like the long exposure and its effect here.
    fantastic clouds created by the long exposure and the depth of the image crazy good. love the texture on the tree as well.

    well done.

  7. ec808x 92 months ago | reply

    Thanks, Atilla! I'm glad this image works for you. ;-)

  8. mjmourik 92 months ago | reply

    Fantastic! Your photo's are really beautiful.

  9. ec808x 91 months ago | reply

    Thank you so much for the visit and the comments mjmourik, publicenergy and Michael.

  10. G0Da 91 months ago | reply

    Beyond surreal


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  12. ~XANE~[AWAY] 85 months ago | reply


    Please add this Marvellous picture to Beautiful Capture Pool

  13. ikkivon 82 months ago | reply

    its like being in a fairytail, amazing...your photos are awsome

  14. lamerthanlame 72 months ago | reply

    dude! WOW

  15. davic 71 months ago | reply

    so fantastic infrared!!

  16. LuxDLux 53 months ago | reply

    What was the exact settings you used to get this image? It is excellent and really appreciated that you shared it. Thanks

  17. ec808x 53 months ago | reply

    Thank you, all.

    LuxDlux for method check this out

  18. pebbleangel 21 months ago | reply

    How'd you get the vibrant purple in the shot? was it in post production. when i've done IR its come out either blue or red depending on camera settings (i wasn't using a filter though)

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