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Old 01-08-2018   #1
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Winter in the mountains - Upper Kananaskis Lake, Alberta, Canada. False colour image was shot with my 590nm converted 5D III and a 24-105L IS II lens.

Processing was done in Lightroom Classic CC and Photoshop CC.



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I don't know anything about IR but I think this is a beautiful image
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Simply stunning!
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I don't know anything about IR but I think this is a beautiful image
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Simply stunning!
Thank you both for the very kind comments.

woollyback, IR is photography with emphasis on the infra-red end of the light spectrum. It works with a camera that has been modified to capture images in infrared. If you are interested, then a Google search will provide plenty of sites with introductory information.

You could start here - Infrared Photography, Part 1

Feel free to post any questions you may have in this forum and there are a number of folks here who should be able to provide answers to them.

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Stunning vista, a place I could sit sit and look at for a while, even in the cold (maybe). Looks like you have a little of that hot spot we were talking about a couple months ago.
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Great vista.
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Stunning vista, a place I could sit sit and look at for a while, even in the cold (maybe). Looks like you have a little of that hot spot we were talking about a couple months ago.
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Great vista.
Guys, thanks for the kind words, they are appreciated.

Greg, not sure about the hotspot. I think it may be just a variation in the colouration of the clouds and the light snow that was falling in the distance.

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I am with WesternGuy on the hot spot. I might expect the hot spot to be blue but not red as it is, which is part of the visible 9or near-visible) spectrum and would have been noticeable in visible-light shots taken with this lens.
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I am with WesternGuy on the hot spot. I might expect the hot spot to be blue but not red as it is, which is part of the visible 9or near-visible) spectrum and would have been noticeable in visible-light shots taken with this lens.
Thanks. I tried the usual "hot spot removal" stuff, but nothing seemed to work the way it has in the past, which is why I arrived at the conclusion that I did.

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Excellently !


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