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Infrared Lake

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Published: October 12, 2006
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My second infrared photo :)

The lake in Circus Park, Bucharest.
Hoya R72 infrared filter.
Image size
1000x750px 718.64 KB
Shutter Speed
16/10 second
Focal Length
6 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Oct 11, 2006, 11:54:47 AM
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Wow! That just made my :jawdrop:
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Beautiful! :D
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Wow, that is just breathtaking! The reflexion is amazing and so it the light, simply just amazing, love it^^
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I've got the same R72 filter and it does wonders. Worth every penny

the image is amazing, though I could never capture the sky blue no matter how much I played with the white balance
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Lucky shot I guess...
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Thank you very much! It's a beautiful collection.
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Hey there,
your art has been featured here:
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Hope you don't mind.
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Of course I don't mind :)
Thank you!
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Love the infrared.
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it looks like the trees are covered in ice but the lakes still warm. awesome shot.
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I didn't know you could take infrared pictures with a Panasonic FZ7??? :o
If i had knew this, i wouldn't sold my FZ7!!! :P
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This deviation has been featured here: [link] :+favlove: :clap:
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this is beautiful. what kind of camera do you use with your filter? would i be able to use the filter on a camera that is not a dslr, like the canon G9?
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Sure. This photo was taken with my old camera which wasn't a DSLR. So it pretty much works with all cameras. You just have to know a thing or two about IR photography.
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ok thank you! i know i will need a tripod because of the longer exposure times, do you have any other pointers you wouldnt mind sharing?
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Check out Gilad's tutorial: [link]
He explains it pretty well.
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Wow, this is an incredible photo! :)
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Amazing shot, mate. IR's a hard thing to perfect.

Cheers :sherlock:
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Nice picture. looks awesome.
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Wow, this is such a beautiful piece. Especially considering its only your second infrared shot. Very well done. It looks wonderful.
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Very cool effect. Did you do any post work? Masking?
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