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atpaula

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  1. No need to say this is a rather amateur (like myself) pic of stars, which I love. The yellow lights come from 3 cities 20 miles away. An amateur astronomer friend of mine made some remarks on it. We can see the Southern Cross in the center bottom, pointing to the right and up. Just above the Cross, in the range of the Milky Way, we see a small concentrated cloud , the great nebula of Eta Carinae, located about 7500 light years, within which there is a giant star of the same name. In the middle of the image a little to the right, we see some yellow clouds and just above a small bluish-gray little cloud that is the Large Magellanic Cloud (one of two small satellite galaxies of our Milky Way). The Small Magellanic Cloud is almost hidden by the yellow cloud, halfway up the image to the right (color is gray). That brightest star of all, in the middle and up, is Canopus, the second brightest star around the sky (after Sirius). D700 & 14-24mm f/2.8G @ 14mm f/2.8 13s ISO 3200 Thank you for viewing.
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    Fake IR

    I feel kind of embarrased to be deceived by Hoya like this.
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    Fake IR

    Thanks for the explanation Bjorn. Despite all this, I think the effect of this filter is quite interesting. Best regards.
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    Fake IR

    Thanks Chris. I used this title because someone once said that these images produced with the R72 are not true IR. It caused a lot of discussion on the other forum. Since I'm not a scientist, I prefer to consider it fake and avoid such discussions. Best regards,
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    Fake IR

    A D80. I think the dark sky and white plants have a quite similar IR effect. Thank you for the comment.
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    Fake IR

    Playing with the Hoya R72 filter. Thank you for viewing. 1 2
  7. Wonderful portrait and beautiful eyes. Congrats.
  8. Simply stunning. Looks like an explosion. The greenish light on the mountains is something. Congrats
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    Pablo

    This is Pablo, a 13 YO boy who supports his family by taking tourists to these rides in Jericoacoara, north of Brazil. Thank you for viewing. 1 2 3 4
  10. Thank you Ron and Akira. I don't know how to show it in UV Akira. You mean take a picture of this using a Nikkor UV? I used a D80 and 105mm f/2.8G micro in this one. Best regards.
  11. Thanks James Fitzgerald and DougB for choosing pics of mine. Congrats Rick Waldroup for the excellent photo. Best regards.
  12. Thank you for viewing.
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    POTW #274 by atpaula

    I thank very much everyone who chose my pic. Best regards.
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    Quissamã

    D700 & 14-24mm f/2.8G @ 19mm Thank you for viewing.
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    Old Barn

    I normally don't appreciate HDR but it worked very well on the first. The composition is beautiful too. Congrats.
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    Sunny sunday

    Trying the AF-S 300mm f/2.8G VR and the C-PL1L filter, today. The first one has minimun effect set and the last two maximum. I like this flter. Thanks for viewing. 1 2 3
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    Pine grosbeak

    Stunning detail. Thanks for sharing.
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    Icefields Parkway

    Thank you for the words gents. Best regards.
  19. Thank you for viewing. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
  20. When I first saw it I thought "what a beautiful light" then I saw 3 comments about the same. The composition is nice too. Congrats.
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    Icefields Parkway

    Some call it the world's most beautiful road. What a scenery one meets there. Thank you for viewing. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
  22. Thank you so much Mickey for commenting and DougB for the indication for the POTW. I'm really flattered. Best regards.
  23. Different exposure here. The guy was iluminated buy a flashlight. Thank you for viewing.
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    Outer space

    Yes, enlarged at 100% I can see some trails. Thank you.
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