Posted by john4jack (Corvallis, Oregon, United States) on 5 February 2014 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.
Today I begin a series of photographs taken with my infrared converted camera. (Am trying to figure out different ways to take photographs in the fog:-)) )
Nikon D300 1/125 second F/11.0 ISO 400 87 mm (35mm equiv.)
5 Feb 2014 7:25am
joli traitement! amitiés
5 Feb 2014 7:39am
I like to use the infrared. It's a great picture! Muchos besos y abrazos amigo Jack!
5 Feb 2014 10:46am
Well this one certainly worked, didn't take long to figure out.
5 Feb 2014 11:23am
I like IR photography. Thanks for sharing.
5 Feb 2014 1:06pm
5 Feb 2014 1:31pm
There is a wonderfully delicate feel to this shot Jack! Bravo! ;-)
5 Feb 2014 2:07pm
An experiment to try… the result is very beautiful
5 Feb 2014 3:51pm
Interesting, Jack, we all learn from your experimentation. I downloaded a free copy of that effects program you mentioned. Thanks for that, and the frames included.
5 Feb 2014 7:42pm
I like the frosty feel this image evokes.
5 Feb 2014 11:04pm
This is beautiful!
5 Feb 2014 11:11pm
Beautiful ! nice detail and B/W image.
6 Feb 2014 1:14am
You know that I love infrared. This shot has an almost solarized feel rather than infrared, but that is possibly due to your subject. IMHO, IR is best at turning medium to good skys dramatic, and turning green foliage anything from light gray to snowy white. Here your tree is bare and your sky is plain. But I do like the tree and its frosty tones.
6 Feb 2014 2:18am
superb texture and detail!
6 Feb 2014 3:29am
Elle me plait bien celle-ci !
6 Feb 2014 8:14pm
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