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    Re: Digital IR

    Wide open areas like the ocean present some great opportunities for capturing storms.

    Sony a7r ll converted to 720 nm.

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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by sanking View Post
    Wide open areas like the ocean present some great opportunities for capturing storms.

    Sony a7r ll converted to 720 nm.

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    Great image Sandy!

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    I'm with Jon. Well done, Sandy!
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    Re: Digital IR

    Is Mitch Dobrowner shooting InfraRed for many of his images?

    http://mitchdobrowner.com/

    A number of them do have "The Look" of IR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willie View Post
    Is Mitch Dobrowner shooting InfraRed for many of his images?

    http://mitchdobrowner.com/

    A number of them do have "The Look" of IR.
    A number of the images do have an IR look, but it is subtle if there.

    Regardless, some incredible work of storms on his site, and other as well, and he must have traveled and worked a lot to have such a variety of landscapes. To say nothing of talent and vision!

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    Yes, some excellent work. Was not seeing IR in storm photos. More in the landscapes - the LA Basin and such. He could have found the days after windstorms and rain but the clear air sure does look like IR work.
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    Re: Digital IR

    Here is another shot made with Sony a7r ll converted to IR 720. It is a totally realistic scene but a rendering you might not recognized even if you had been there. In fact, a friend who was with me in the same place was somewhat confused when he first saw the print I made, and asked me why I had printed it as a negative. And I have to agree as the subject looks confusing.

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    Sandy, that's an interesting effect.
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    I do agree, it does look confusing. But as Peter says, it is interesting! A lot to look at.

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    Re: Digital IR

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanking View Post
    Here is another shot made with Sony a7r ll converted to IR 720. It is a totally realistic scene but a rendering you might not recognized even if you had been there. In fact, a friend who was with me in the same place was somewhat confused when he first saw the print I made, and asked me why I had printed it as a negative. And I have to agree as the subject looks confusing.

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