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    Devils Tower - In IR

    I stopped by Devils Tower on my way to vacation in Minnesota. I've camped and hiked here before, but I wanted to try a little IR photography and it was only an hour's detour on my road trip.

    I took some film shots as well with my Fuji G690 BL and might post them later.

    These are just a few quick shots I took during the 30 minute visit to the park. Now I wish I took a longer visit to get just the right shot/setups, but these'll do!

    All were shot with a stock Fuji X100S and a Hoya R72 720nm IR filter. The X100S really works well with the IR filter as it has a very weak hot mirror on the CMOS.


    Devils Tower X100S IR 1 by Andrew Marjama, on Flickr


    Devils Tower X100S IR 4 by Andrew Marjama, on Flickr


    Devils Tower X100S IR 3 by Andrew Marjama, on Flickr


    Devils Tower X100S IR 2 by Andrew Marjama, on Flickr

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    Re: Devils Tower - In IR

    Very nice! But I can't see the climbers on it.
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    Re: Devils Tower - In IR

    wow, great lighting and clouds, nice work!

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    Re: Devils Tower - In IR

    Excellent. What were the shutter speeds?

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    Re: Devils Tower - In IR

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Collins View Post
    Very nice! But I can't see the climbers on it.

    If these photos were taken in June, climbers aren't allowed during that month.



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    Re: Devils Tower - In IR

    Thanks everyone!

    Quote Originally Posted by David Lobato View Post
    Excellent. What were the shutter speeds?
    Shutter speeds ere at 1 second at base ISO and f5.6

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    Re: Devils Tower - In IR

    Really nice set.

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    Re: Devils Tower - In IR

    Very nice images!

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