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Canon PowerShot A80
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32/10 second
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Apr 25, 2004, 9:32:44 AM
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Infrared Landscape by knechtrootrecht Infrared Landscape by knechtrootrecht
Infrared photography done with two snippets of unexposed, developed slide film as IR-Filter (Kodak Elite Chrome)...
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:iconpaperdolldecaying:
So pure and beautiful! Good job! : ) :star: :star: :star: :star: :star:
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:iconpraetorian-guard:
looks great, congrats.
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:iconpeskaa:
This is lovely. I need to try IR some time soon.
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:iconthedeadmanwalking:
Oh, I think this is Prester, captured standing in Salbke. Tja, Magdeburger unter sich :)
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knechtrootrecht Jul 29, 2004   Photographer
hey na sowas... gibt es also doch MD'ler hier :-)
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:iconthedeadmanwalking:
Es gibt hier bei DA jede Menge Magdeburger! Wirklich, es sind ziemlich viele! Das muss wie eine Seuche bei DA sein. Diagnose: MD-Virus. :D
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:iconunforgiven86:
Wow that majorly kicks ass! I would really love to get into infrared photography - any idea if its possible with a digital camera? Awesome shot and really nice composition, great work :) +fav

Adam
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knechtrootrecht Apr 28, 2004   Photographer
thanks! :) i see you've got an Canon A60, right? So there should be no problems doing infrared pictures with it (i've got an A80...) like you can see in my description, i did it with two snippets of unexposed, developed slide film as IR-Filter in front of the lens... best you do manuell white balance with this selfmade filter on white paper and use your tripod and a high aperture. also keep in mind that the focus is not as normal, you have to shift it a lot nearer...
hope this was useful, try it out! :)
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:iconunforgiven86:
Yeah I have an a60 - do you know if its possible to just get a screw on filter? Would be a lot easier as I dont know where to get the other stuff :P

Cheers,
Adam
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knechtrootrecht Apr 28, 2004   Photographer
yes there are screw on filters, for example Hoya R72... but they cost a lot!!!
the easyest and primarily cheapest way is to buy a slide film an bring it to development whitout cutting.. so you have a lot of stuff for filtering...

if you want a bit more informations on ir-photography look at this page [link]
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