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Tag Archives: Infrared Experiments
SAGUARO NATIONAL PARK: IR
Continuing my IR studies, I’m including here my Nikon-1 images here. The Nikon-1 has bee converted to a full spectrum camera and I ‘selected’ the IR spectral range using a filter. First some striking Joshua Trees:
Next Week we’ll actually look at some of the Saguaros………..
On Our Way Home……..
Spent our Anniversary in the Superstition Mountains Region…Lost Dutchman Mine State Park and environs:
Now on our way home…………
B&W Flowers from My Garden
OK, I’m a believer. Photographers were always raving about Ilford HP5. But I didn’t share the fascination until this past Spring. On my Journey to Phoenix I wanted to take 35 mm B&W film. The only thing I had in the fridge was Ilford HP5. So I grabbed the 5 rolls and headed out………
And I’ve finally discovered the situations where the ‘GRAIN” works for me. Here is a summary of my HP5 Best Case (all HP5 except where noted):
(Note: the datura, upper right is T-MAX)
(Note: Yuca Baccata, upper left, is digital IR)
September on my Other Blog is all about B&W in the Garden.
Botanicals Special Recognition: Yucca Baccata
IR at Mission Santa Barbara
Digital IR @ Mission Santa Barbara. I saw these four blooming Century Plants and though they would make a nice IR Study. Now that they have bloomed, they will die. But look at the image on the left (below), they already have some baby plants started. I’d estimate about 10 years old from the size. So it will be a while before they bloom. We won’t be here to see it.
Below: The same perspective in natural color.
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Light, Space Time: Landscapes
Submitted last week to Light Space Time Online Gallery. I’ve had some success with them, and they provide a lot of follow-up information on the strategy of preparing contest entries.
So here goes the Landscape Edition:
Two perspectives on the same scene: one with T-Max 400, the other Digital Infrared:
A Flower for Mother’s Day
My Yucca Baccata is very happy! It now blooms every year. Sharing My Flower for Mother’s Day: