Wilderness area # 1

Discussion in '(IR) Infrared Images' started by Amy Nelson, Mar 11, 2019.

  1. Amy Nelson

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    Was a great day for Infrared photography. (Canon T3i converted to 665nm, f/11, 1/80 sec, ISO-100)
    (cropped pano, lost a little of the overall affect)
    03-09-2019 - HWY 114 - 9.4.jpeg

    03-09-2019 - HWY 114 - 1.1.jpeg
     
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  2. Ben Egbert

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    i like both of them and they don't look all that much like IR.
     
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    Super cool Amy! It’s kind of cool when the IR turns out like this where it kind of looks like a normal photo but then also kind of looks like an IR photo.

    I like both of these a lot.
     
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    Looks like a fun way to shoot winter. I always like how IR renders cloudy skies.
     
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