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    Very nice--as always Uwe. I know you got Terry's GF1 conversion. I surely was tempted and you're doing well by it.

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    Re: More fun with GF-1 IR

    I see it went to a good home! Glad you are enjoying it. That was my hardest piece of kit to let go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    I see it went to a good home! Glad you are enjoying it. That was my hardest piece of kit to let go.
    Terry got me a RAW shot of this mission when she started using the camera and it look really good.

    I think it has a really good home. I am quite excited.
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    Uwe I believe the Mission Juan Bautista location was used in the Alfred Hitchcock movie "Vertigo" (although the actual internal bell tower scenes was a set)
    Great shot btw so to the Power plant image

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    >Uwe I believe the Mission Juan Bautista location was used in the Alfred Hitchcock movie "Vertigo"

    Yes, also the tower was different then (the new tower is from the 70th). The court scene was in the 2nd floor of the Plaza Hall.

    The last GetDPI meeting started at the new "Vertigo" coffee shop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    >Uwe I believe the Mission Juan Bautista location was used in the Alfred Hitchcock movie "Vertigo"

    Yes, also the tower was different then (the new tower is from the 70th). The court scene was in the 2nd floor of the Plaza Hall.

    The last GetDPI meeting started at the new "Vertigo" coffee shop.
    Thankyou UWE for that info, your work is wonderful

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    By the way I work as a volunteer for photo and video fro the San Juan Bautista State Park.

    This was a first video we did:

    http://vimeo.com/5966850

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    I like the rendering of green (very bright) with IR. Digital IR does not show the glow which is welcome too.

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    Wow love the last one Uwe. I think I may have to send a NEX in for conversion .

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Wow love the last one Uwe. I think I may have to send a NEX in for conversion .
    The fun is that really bad light can be nice for IR and the green in the background makes all other images problematic.
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    Re: More fun with GF-1 IR

    Very nice IR's.

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    Last edited by ustein; 27th October 2010 at 20:41.
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    Re: More fun with GF-1 IR

    Very nice series, Uwe, I like your abandoned and vintage shots !
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    Thanks.

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    From our Moab Trip:



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    Uwe, I think these IR images are some of your best and most artistically unique works yet -- excellent!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Uwe, I think these IR images are some of your best and most artistically unique works yet -- excellent!
    Not sure, but I love the GF1 IR. It is in the bag all the time. By hte way I use it mostly with an Olympus 14-54mm 4/3 zoom.
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    Mine too. It takes up hardly any room and is always there for when the regular light turns to [email protected] I use it primarily with the Panny 14-45 zoom attached.
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