The Door of Many Hands.................IR

Discussion in '(IR) Infrared Images' started by Panther, Sep 9, 2018.

  1. Panther

    Panther Well-Known Member

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    Hi All,

    One from a trip to Taos Pueblo several years ago. This image always
    stuck in my mind and B&W IR really seemed to bring out the look and feel
    of that day.



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    Modded Nikon D70S, 720nm, ISO 200, 1/200, F/11

    Thanks for Looking, Take Care,

    Craig

    I messed up the title but couldn't figure a way to go back and edit it
     
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    Hey Craig,

    This is really cool. Having been to Taos, I can say IR is definitely an approach that would fit the mood there.

    As for editing the Title, just click on the "Thread Tools" in the upper right of your post. A menu pulls down and the first item is "Edit Thread" and that will let you edit the Thread Title.
     
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    Interesting to see pueblo scenes in IR. I like the mood this imparts.

    Hovenweap might be a lot of fun with 720nm.
     
  4. Panther

    Panther Well-Known Member

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    Hi Jim,

    Thanks very much about the Title, got it fixed.

    Yes Taos Pueblo was a really neat and adventure, when this was shot
    we actually had a bad Storm come in, we had Small Hail and Massive clouds
    come through the short time we were there.

    We love the History and all the places to see and shoot.

    Take Care,

    Craig
     
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    Panther Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Alan, had to smile at seeing you already thinking about what the 720nm would render for Hovenweap,
    Be care IR is very addictive !!!

    Take Care,

    Craig
     
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    Your right IR was the right choice for that shot. It's very nice looking. It makes the B&W pop!
     
  7. Panther

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    Hi Joe,

    Thanks very much it was a wonderful day and finding this almost as we were to leave was
    like hitting the Lottery ;-)

    Take Care,

    Craig
     
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    Craig,

    REALLY like this one! Not that we needed the reminder, but interesting to see that the older modded D70S can make arrestingly beautiful images just like your presumably newer modded A6300 can. Thast must mena it is the photographer that makes the shot! :) definitely true in your case.

    Great image, love it.

    ML
     
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    Thanks very much Mike, Appreciate it, yes the Nikon D70-70S were some of the most IR Friendly Nikons, there's
    a lot of them out there still producing stunning images.

    Take Care,

    Craig
     

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