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  1. crowecg

    Out of Sight

    Another theme for a recent outing - getting back into IR. IR-Fuji I've played about with IR a bit in the past, but never actually got around to getting a camera converted. Early efforts were using a Nikon D50 with 18-55 zoom and a R72 filter. IR Nikon D50 - 1 Perhaps I was just lucky, but that combination worked moderately well, shutter speeds were manageable - almost hand holdable at times in the bright Australian sun, which also was enough to allow autofocus. Metering was also pretty close when the sun was out, drifting into sli
  2. Guest

    Montenegro 2014

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  3. Guest

    The statue once lost...

    ... is now back in its full glory. This is an infrared shot.
  4. Guest

    Cres, Croatia

    After almost 4 thousand kilometers of driving we are ending our holiday at Cres, Croatia. A place I have visited all my life. Here are a few more/less colorful ones I hope you'll like. Comments welcome...
  5. Guest

    The race

    I told them they both lost, or won, whatever... This is an infrared shot converted to b&w with Silver Efex.
  6. And to make things worse, it is an infrared...
  7. Guest

    Autumn flower

    In Auvers sur Oise
  8. Guest

    Warning: IR portrait

    Robin by the river Oise, near our home. I kept him quite dark and wanted him so, but I wonder if it works...
  9. Guest

    DSC 0149 S

    I went for a walk in the village while my son was at his judo lesson. The place is filled with tourists nowdays, people try to get a feel of where Van Gogh lived his last days.

    © Olivier Anthony

  10. Guest

    Butry

    along the Oise river, near Paris. D80IR, AFS 18-55.

    © Olivier Anthony

  11. We visited this place yesterday (actually only the garden). The village of Auvers is a quite famous place for hosting a few impressionists. Van Gogh finished his life there. All infrareds with D80IR & AFS 18-55mm. 1: 2:
  12. scottnilsson

    Island Lagoon - Renversé

    Kristy Nilsson in renversé at a lagoon near the edge of Frip Island, South Carolina. Nikon D200-IR-590nm, Nikkor 18-55mm @ 24mm, f/8, 1/200 sec; ISO 100 © Scott Nilsson, Photographer - https://www.facebook.com/ScottNilssonPhotographer

    © © Scott Nilsson

  13. Guest

    No Hole, but a Locomotive, in the Wall

    How can one resist such a subject? Just pull over and swing the camera(s) into action.

    © (c) Bjørn Rørslett

  14. Guest

    Tulips

  15. Guest

    Random flower

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