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D200 [iR] with 20mm 3.5 Ais-P Short focus mod

Red Blue swap

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Thanks Sten, much appreciated!

It has been a while since I have been out with the IR kit, now I have the lenses sorted out, thanks to The Bear - So much more fun when you have the right tools and know how they work .)

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Excellent perspective and colour makes this memorable and striking.

tony

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Glad you like it, thanks! Framing and waiting for the right moment looking outside the frame sometimes pays off :)

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Nice, clean colors!

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An example that the swap-channel technique for IR, which I generally detest, actually sometimes works :) Very well, in fact. for this picture.

(I won't change my mind over this matter though, but no rule should ever be set in stone)

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Really nice shot Erik - and yes I know that you are also a Leica M man....... :D

An advantage I feel of that older viewfinder technology that encourages this behaviour and those of course that know how to use it - even with your SLR in this case.

.................................... waiting for the right moment looking outside the frame sometimes pays off :)

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Guest davepaterson

I like the graphics of the shot very much but I don't like that zombie entering frame on the right!

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Very nice, you must have waited for a long time until you got exactly what you wanted!

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Thanks! I was lucky - working the sign to start the idea took some minutes... it took only a few seconds from I saw him until he entered the frame...

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Thanks for the POTW! Nice to see such interest in IR images :) this has given me a boost to pursue this kind of photography even more, I have now a fixed IR kit of lenses that I can bring along in confidence.

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Very well done Erik on your POTW, regardless of the fact it's IR it's just an excellent

image which really works!

Tony

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Thanks Jakov!

Tom, I'm pretty sure Dave was honest that he didn't like the zombie! But thanks for your input :)

It just happens that I had just spend 3 days with Bjørn the week before when I shot this, so yes it is inspired by his style, sorry if that bothers you. It was definitely not the purpose of the image!

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