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  1. Guest

    Recent IR work

    I've been rather busy this summer, in some regards busier than usual, travelling around the countryside and attending to various commitments. In my spare time I have enjoyed shooting UV and also some IR. The infrared is mainly done with my old-fashioned, rather quaint Fuji camera, and processed to resemble the old film favourite, Infrared Ektachrome IE 2443. A random selection of these images is shown below. Nothing scientific at all, just applied infrared (or 'AIR' for short). Camera: FujiPro S3 UV/IR LE, lenses 20/4, 24/2.8, 80/2.8, and 35-135 Nikkors. Forest cutting (20), Brackens (24) Rain forest (35-135) Hawaii, Oslo (80) We shall overcome (80) Lost in the woods (24)
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    from a recent "Classic Days" (all with Lumix G2-UVIR 14-45lens and RG780) and girls!
  3. Went to Central Park today and took my D40x 720nm with Mamiya 645 55mm 2.8 lens (medium format lens).
  4. Not reached my comfort level with this camera yet but still want to share this. Shot with the 28/1.8G at f/5.6 (I think).
  5. All of a sudden the "Menu" on my D3100 came back to life and I can now adjust settings (more easily). Here's a pic made with the 85/1.8G.
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    Circular fisheye, and IR too

    These days I'm striving with tax return forms, not exactly my occupation of choice but one has to do the movements once a year. So far so good, but the truth is that I had just about forgotten that Tax Day looomed large in the immediate future, so suffices to say the last days have been a wee bit hectic. Having entertained myself with this mundane chore for hours, I decided a break was long overdue. While I sipped my nth cup of coffe this day, my eyes fell upon a 10 mm Fisheye-Nikkor I just retrieved from its hidden location. Problem (1) it is fix-focus, (2), it demands mirror lock-up during the exposure because the lens protrudes deep inside the camera, (3) it has far too big image circle for a DSLR (it projects a circular image 21 mm in diameter). A quick mental effort gave the result that I needed a 0.7X multiplier for it, plus of course a means of focusing or at least securing infinity focus. For occasions like this it helps to have "some" paraphernalia floating around . To cut a long story short, here is the 10 mm OP-Nikkor on my D200. My humble abode is subject for this test IR shot, by the way. Not the greatest of pictures I'm willing to admit, but it shows the project is doable. Oh well, back to the tax forms. By the way, the completed lens assembly shows that size counts.
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