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Warning: Do not calibrate your monitor with these images (IR)
Posted By: khardur, 07-04-2007, 06:15 PM

Taken today, enjoy. Some fun with the Hoya R72 filter. This is becoming addicting.

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07-04-2007, 07:04 PM   #2
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Now I read your warning. Oh well too late. They look perfect, but my own work looks like negatives

Nice pictures khardur

I have to order an IR filter soon, but I always forget to when I'm in the store.

Edit, khardur I had to try converting your top pic over to negative and it was an interesting result.
Have you ever tried that?
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Wow, these colour are truely stunning. Love the sepia tone with these silver leaves. A wonderland as it seems.

I am having a few IR filters ordered of various sizes
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Wow!!

These are really cool!!

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Stu - too bad about your color calibration *wink*
No, I hadn't tried inverting it - I just tried it really quick (but can't post one right now - my son is dragging me outside to play - twist my arm!)
It definitely looks like something worth experimenting with too... might be that extra layer of "interesting" needed to get some of these in a contemporary art museum around here... who knows - actually going to talk with the curator of such a place next week to see they'd be interesting in showing some of my stuff.

James: you're going to have fun... a lot of it is in the PP, but it makes for good rainy day work that's for sure..

Brew1brew: thanks. I'm starting to have a lot of fun with this - this could result in some sort of major project (or money hole!) depending on how it goes.
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