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    Re: Digital IR

    Good show, Peter!

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    Re: Digital IR

    Thank you, Sandy! Being able to work hand held is certainly fun, but I probably should get a bit more disciplined, including getting out the tripod.

    Thanks, Tuco. I still have quite a bit of work to do to get to the quality that your images have. Mine are a bit ham-fisted by comparison.

    Cheers, Ari!
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    Re: Digital IR

    Peter, I think the freedom of handholding your camera has improved your images! I like what I see.

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    Re: Digital IR

    Agree

    Perhaps Peter should also stand on his head as handicap

    So competitors' have a chance!
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    Last edited by Peter De Smidt; 28-May-2022 at 08:01.
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    Re: Digital IR

    Nice, Peter. Have you tried developing in color yet with your new camera?
    About using a tripod: I really like the freedom of shooting IR without a tripod, but I will use it when the situation demands it.
    I always have one on hand, anyway.

    A couple from this past week
    GFX, 720nm, Sigma 24-35




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    Re: Digital IR

    Really interesting color, Ari.

    Last edited by Peter De Smidt; 28-May-2022 at 12:16.
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    Re: Digital IR

    Thanks. Well done!

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    Thanks, Ari.

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    Re: Digital IR

    I like the abandon home Peter.


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