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    Re: Digital IR

    Wonderful, Peter!
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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by peter brooks View Post
    Great shots everybody!

    I love clouds in IR too... here's one from 2014:


    Near perfect clouds by Peter Brooks

    The same self-converted D200, this time with the cheapo plastic AF 18-55mm kit lens (which performs admirably in IR) at 18mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peter brooks View Post
    Great shots everybody!

    I love clouds in IR too... here's one from 2014:


    Near perfect clouds by Peter Brooks

    The same self-converted D200, this time with the cheapo plastic AF 18-55mm kit lens (which performs admirably in IR) at 18mm.
    Wonderful image!

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    Re: Digital IR

    I decided that one of the previous vertical images I posted needed to be cropped.


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    Re: Digital IR

    I don't know why a few branches would be white while the others are darker in tone.


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    New growth versus old? You really get incredible sharpness in your IR pictures. Mine are fuzzy wuzzy by comparison!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter De Smidt View Post
    New growth versus old? You really get incredible sharpness in your IR pictures. Mine are fuzzy wuzzy by comparison!
    Perhaps. They all looked the same green to me. I dunno about the sharpness results. The 3 lenses I have for this camera are budget lenses by Leica price-point standards with the Zeiss 25mm being the sharper of three.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post
    I don't know why a few branches would be white while the others are darker in tone.
    I've seen this as well in foliage, could it be areas of highly active photosynthesis? Rather than the older and somewhat jaded growth?

    Maybe someone with the appropriate biology / physics knowledge could enlighten us as to what's going on here...

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    Very nice Peter! Very creative!

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