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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by peter brooks View Post
    Out with the dog on our regular route this morning. Overcast but still plenty of light, how different (and wonderful) the every-day looks in IR
    Isn't it great?
    Nice shot, Peter.

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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by peter brooks View Post
    Out with the dog on our regular route this morning. Overcast but still plenty of light, how different (and wonderful) the every-day looks in IR


    Field by Peter Brooks

    Self-converted D200 (750nm), 28mm f3.5 AI'd Nikkor at f8
    Nice!

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    Re: Digital IR

    Well done, Peter. Self-converted! You're braver than I. Great job!
    “You often feel tired, not because you've done too much, but because you've done too little of what sparks a light in you.”
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    Re: Digital IR

    Thanks all. I really like the way that tree trunks and branches stay dark and provide great contrast with foliage and grass (like Peter's riverside shots).

    Another from yesterday. The sheep have worn a proper little track in the grass.


    Oak tree by Peter Brooks

    Same self-converted D200 (750nm) and 28mm f3.5 AI'd Nikkor at f8.

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    Re: Digital IR

    Good stuff, Ari


    I think a 1962 Nash


    Nash Metropolitan by tuco, on Flickr

    M9, Zeiss 35/2, Hoya R72

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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by peter brooks View Post
    Thanks all. I really like the way that tree trunks and branches stay dark and provide great contrast with foliage and grass (like Peter's riverside shots).

    Another from yesterday. The sheep have worn a proper little track in the grass.


    Oak tree by Peter Brooks

    Same self-converted D200 (750nm) and 28mm f3.5 AI'd Nikkor at f8.
    Nice image Peter! The D200 was my second digital camera. I passed it on to my daughter.

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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post
    Good stuff, Ari


    I think a 1962 Nash


    Nash Metropolitan by tuco, on Flickr

    M9, Zeiss 35/2, Hoya R72
    I like this Tuco. My dad had one of these. Second hand and not in this condition!

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    Thanks, Tuco.
    The Nash is the first car I remember my father having when I was 4-5.
    I mostly remember the hot vinyl seats in the summer.

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    What I remember about the seats, is that they were all cracked up! It was an OLD second hand car!

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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by jon.oman View Post
    I like this Tuco. My dad had one of these. Second hand and not in this condition!
    Thanks. I also took the IR filter off and did a color picture. The car is a two-tone red and white.

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