Tidals Pools

Discussion in '(IR) Infrared Images' started by beavens, Nov 7, 2019.

  1. beavens

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    Hi everyone!

    I've got some pics here from the coast of California from a trip to visit my sister and her family back in the summer.

    C&C is welcome and thanks for viewing!

    Jeff

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    Great to see you back here Jeff. Neat set. I especially like 1, 3 5 and 8 if I counted them correctly.
     
  3. beavens

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    Been meaning to stop by for a long time, Ben! I've missed swapping pics/stories with ya - hope you've been well!

    Thanks for the picks - still beside myself that you're even LOOKING at mono pics. You've expanded your horizons, buddy!:cool:

    Jeff
     
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    Ha, I look, but I don't do them. I can appreciate a lot of things that are outside of my abilities.
     
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    Interesting application for IR. Not sure I have seen it used for tide pools and shoreline rocks before. Neat results.
     
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    An interesting set Jeff! #7 is my favorite, that in your face wave splash is just so awesome. I have had many of those in my day, and they are always fun and exciting and sometimes just a little wet... :)

    #1 is the only one that I wish was in Color. Those star fish in your photo are to die for, they aren't really all that common here, so I would love to have their orange color on them shining out. But otherwise I think the IR is really effective here. #2 is probably my second favorite shot here.
     
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    Thanks Alan! This trip definitely was geared towards IR - I probably only took a handful of visible spectrum pics.

    Thank you, Jim! I definitely had to wipe off the gear after that one.:D

    Ahhh one of the few instances where I can't appease the color curious!! You can rest assured that the pale oranges and pinks did play nicely off the otherwise neutral greys and browns in the scene.

    Jeff
     

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