Its not B&W. Its actually with an Infrared filter. Has a lil more contrast than B&W. Nothing new to upload so I redid and old one.


  • Tim L Lowe 5y

    Nice redo. I used to shoot IR film "back in the old days." You do get some interesting contrasts you might not normally see in visible spectrum. Here, I am more drawn to the very cool lens distortion. Doesn't say what you were shooting. I'm guessing 10mm ?
  • Theaterwiz 5y

    Nice, was this filter on the camera when shot or is this post processing?
  • Tattoo Al 5y

    It was in post processing TWiz.

    Tim this was also with the same 10.5mm fisheye.
  • Tim L Lowe 5y

    Yeah. I've been looking at them. Lot o change for an occasional lens.

    BTW, have you looked at Theaterwiz's work? You're die. I swear you will. ;)
  • Tattoo Al 5y

    Hell yeah TWiz is the man, and were both in Cleveland I believe .
  • Dave Atkinson 5y

    Love the IR, love the fish eye! Great composition, I also like how dark the sky looks from the IR!
  • arkhip 5y

    Very nice!!! отлично супер!!!
  • Ryan Brady-Toomey 5y

    Love the IR effect and the wide angle!
  • W. Diab 5y

    excellent framing and composition... really something!
  • Gabriella Totyik 5y

  • -URL- 4y

    very cool
  • Marco Marroni 4y

    Great !
  • massimorota 4y

    great shot
  • David Elliott 4y

    Great shot! Dramatic!
  • Carlo Landucci 3y

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