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Infra Red

Petrochemist

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One or two puffy clouds would have been nice, but otherwise perfect conditions for IR.
Sadly mother nature often proves bad at reading scripts, she tends to err the other way round here.

I bet those distant mountains are much clearer in your shot than they were on the day.
 

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There is something about ancient Graeco- Asia Minor that normally gains my attention but the IR has my spine tingling, that ruin is alive...

I have definitely missed the tingle factor with my offeringuv - green amaryllis_1200.jpg
 

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There is something about ancient Graeco- Asia Minor that normally gains my attention but the IR has my spine tingling, that ruin is alive...

I have definitely missed the tingle factor with my offeringView attachment 315771
Flowers are rather different, but somehow ruins & graceyards look particularly good in IR.
I think Infra red's sureal aspect just goes with the subjects. Doesn't stop me trying all sorts of other subjects, but few gel as well as ruins.
FWIW my efforts at flowers in IR are generally much less impressive than yours.
 

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Very nice. Suits the subject well and good comp.
 

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You are right it would be better with a few nice fluffy clouds but you have to take what God gives,
Pat, I think your flowers are beautiful,
 

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Nice results. The ruins really stand out.
 

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Here are three more taken in Side with a 680nm filter on the camera. the camera has been modified to give a full spectrum image and the required filters can then be mounted. The "goldy" effect is achieved by swapping the red and green channels.Hemera-resort-680nm-(1).jpgHemera-resort-680nm--(6).jpgHemera-resort-680nm--(8).jpg
 
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