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  1. Lately after I borrowed a IR converted D40X I've rarely left home without it. The manual focused Nikkor 50 f/2 (non ai though) fits the camera very well, concerning both size and weight, and is one of my favorite lenses for IR. Beautiful sharp and no obvious hot spots on neither wide open or stopped down. I thought the edit part were something I didn't quite get the hang of, I didn't get to "release" as much colour as I wanted to, and as usual things who's right in front of my nose the whole time I have a strong tendency to overlook... (Found it now though..) :-) A little selfie in the water..
  2. If you do not like images of mountains as single subject, skip this post. :-) These were captured during two field trips to our Toolik Field station on North Slope in Arctic Alaska this "spring". On the drive up Dalton Highway the light was somewhat hazy and flat, and that is where IR comes to the "rescue". First view of Brooks Range appears when one pass Gobblers Knob, looking north. The low area is among the coldest in North America, and the hills were victim to extensive wildfires a few years ago. The green trees are the few spruce trees that survived, the black ones are burnt. Compare to the hill in the far distance which is almost entirely green. (Please view large). #1 North fork of Koyukuk river. #2 This is not spring melt but overflow that can go on throughout the winter: #3 #4 Still on the south side of Brooks Range: #5 #6 The high areas at Atigun pass: #7 #8 #9 North Slope looking south toward Brooks Range: #10A #10B Arctic logistics. #11 #12 #13 #14
  3. Here are some IR images from a recent field trip up north in Alaska to what we call North Slope (of Brooks Range). I am still feeling my way around the processing, so this is a work in progress. #1 On the way up Dalton Highway (from a moving vehicle). #2 The Alaska Oil Pipeline can be difficult to avoid... here looking south towards Brooks Range (Kenikott Mountains): #3 Another capture with different processing - closer to reality. #4 Closer view of Kenikott Mountains with 300mm. I am not quite pleased with acuity of these; perhaps there were some heat waves going on because of the Chinook that was blowing and melting the snow. #5 Kenikott Mountains with 300mm again. #6 The landscape opens up towards the North. Institute of Arctic Biology's Toolik Field Station just visible at the lake to the right. #7 Just a last one on the way down Dalton Highway. The light reminds me a little about underwater photography.
  4. Mamiya 645 55mm 2.8 medium format lens + Nikon D40x 720nm
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