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Infrared Landscape Part III

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Published: April 25, 2004
© 2004 - 2020 knechtrootrecht
Infrared photography done with two snippets of unexposed, developed slide film as IR-Filter (Kodak Elite Chrome)...
Image size
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IMAGE DETAILS
Make
Canon
Model
Canon PowerShot A80
Shutter Speed
40/10 second
Aperture
F/8.0
Focal Length
8 mm
Date Taken
Apr 25, 2004, 8:43:29 AM
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greycanbehappy's avatar
I can't tell--is that snow?
SteelAtlas's avatar
SteelAtlasHobbyist Photographer
Featured here along with other infrared deviations ! --> [link] ^_^
xtzc's avatar
xtzcProfessional Photographer
sorry about the other language...i thought u are from romania..got a little confused with the tabs from mozzila:))

what i ment to say is:
nice one.a ir filter is on the top of my shopping list next month:)
xtzc's avatar
xtzcProfessional Photographer
mijto..un filtru ir e pe primul loc in lista mea de cumaparaturi luna viitoare:)
opridai's avatar
opridaiProfessional Interface Designer
its bloody good man!
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Drusilla14 Photographer
What a beautiful piece. I love how you captured this piece as well. Love the coloures too:heart::star:
cornishART's avatar
Great work , enjoyed you Gallery well done keep it up
ziobill's avatar
simply wonderful!
Congratz!
Ghull's avatar
u should have made it at 1024x768 :(
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passion-for-photog Photographer
so did you use just standard slide film for this and put exposed film over lens for the film? was it developed exposed film or non developed? im just tying to get into ir photography and am completely lost. i would appreciate your help.
Eruannie's avatar
it's beautiful!!!!!!!
How I wish to take photos like this one... :)
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DeviantPunisherHobbyist Photographer
Looks good. Too bad that the streaming water doesn't reflect so much.

:)
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DeviantPunisherHobbyist Photographer
Neat.. i love IR photos.. :thumbsup:
Serenidade's avatar
SerenidadeHobbyist General Artist
awsoem work...it looks like a painting... i had never seen infra-red photos... thank you :love:
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Nameless-Fucker Photographer
You used exposed film as the IR filter? That's cool, I would have never known.:p Very subtle scene, almost haunting. :thumbsup:
GiazBmx's avatar
beautyful... nice comp.
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MyArms-YourHearseHobbyist Photographer
Absolut geil.. und der Beschreibung nach auch sehr technisch.. meinen Respekt und einen Fave :) Hab leider noch nicht viel mit IR machen können, da ich nur ne 300D besessen habe und die ja einen dieser schönen neuen modernen Sperrfilter hat, aber jetzt wo ich meine Kodak von '54 habe wird das sicher mal was. Gibts eigentlich auch IR-Rollfilm? :D
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WOW. I want my IR to eventually turn out like this.... once I get some film. I am currently experimenting with digital IR and that makes for some very strange results.

This is wonderfu. Well done. :clap:
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Blue-PearlProfessional Interface Designer
beautiful
very good job
peskaa's avatar
peskaaHobbyist Artisan Crafter
This is gorgeous. The water is so perfectly smooth.
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FreakingMuseProfessional General Artist
the sky looks very hard and heavy. like something dark is coming. the shot itself is great
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