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Old 12-29-2017   #1
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Greg, very interesting image. When I first saw it, it was hard to believe that it was taken in infrared. Not implying that it wasn't, it is just that, to me, it looks so much like a "regular" image. Regardless, I like it.

Would you care to share the details for this image - location, technical aspects, filter, etc. Thanks.

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Thanks, this was at Goldfield ghost town near Apache Junction AZ. I have another thread from a couple months ago from the same place. Last time I was there, the bordello wasn't open. Specifics of the shot were 35mm f1.4 lens @f5.6. ISO 1000 1/80th. 590nm conversion with no other filter. R & B channel swap in Darktable with a couple other adjustments like shadow/ highlight.
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Thanks, this was at Goldfield ghost town near Apache Junction AZ. I have another thread from a couple months ago from the same place. Last time I was there, the bordello wasn't open. Specifics of the shot were 35mm f1.4 lens @f5.6. ISO 1000 1/80th. 590nm conversion with no other filter. R & B channel swap in Darktable with a couple other adjustments like shadow/ highlight.
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A nice image Greg.
Have to agree with WG - it is very different from what I have come to expect from IR.


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