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    Thanks very much. I will give it a try and see how I go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Beautiful. I especially like the weeping willow.
    Thanks Cindy. I would second your recommendation to Kiri to look into a Precison camera conversion. I'm very pleased with the conversion they did on my G1. I would also recommend Jack's action set for toning and false color work.
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    @scho: Where might I find "Jack's action set"?
    Since I don't live in the US, it might be difficult/expensive to get an IR conversion done
    Plus I don't have a spare camera body, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiri View Post
    @scho: Where might I find "Jack's action set"?
    Since I don't live in the US, it might be difficult/expensive to get an IR conversion done
    Plus I don't have a spare camera body, lol
    Kiri....send an IM to Jack Flesher here on this website. He will give you the details.

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    Thanks Rich. I'll do that.

    I also downloaded Capture One and gave it a try for setting the white balance...
    Well it is definitely much easier and quicker to do it that way, and in many ways more 'accurate'.

    Here is the C1 converted and WB set version:


    And for reference, the previous file I did in PS/lightroom:



    However, I did notice a couple of problems.
    The image I converted and set WB with C1 has some strange purple kind of fringing, especially apparent on the left side of the tree and beside the building on the left.
    This was much less apparent in the original file I did only using PS/camera raw.
    Any idea why this might be?

    Also C1 seems to have slightly cropped or 'corrected' the image (lens?) because the size is slightly different between the two.

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    Nice images folks!

    I sell a package IR action set that includes a false color action, a warm and neutral B&W action, and then a couple of blended B&W/False-color actions. The set costs $15 via PayPal to [email protected], and the proceeds help support the site. I will be traveling for the next three weeks, so deliver may take a few days as I need a wifi location to send.
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    Water Music. Went for an evening stroll along the waterfront and found several small groups of musicians playing along the trail. G1-IR with 20mm Lumix.



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    Carl, You certainly have a beautiful place to walk in the evening. I bet the music adds to the charm. Both photos are very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Carl, You certainly have a beautiful place to walk in the evening. I bet the music adds to the charm. Both photos are very nice.
    Thanks Cindy. Yes, the waterfront trail is a very nice place for evening walks and now we have "Water Music" as well every Thursday evening.
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    Wow, there are some lovely images in this thread.
    Here's one form me, taken at a National Trust property called Buscot Park.

    Leica M8, 18mm SE and IR72 filter - processed in Lightroom 2.7.



    Cheers



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    Quote Originally Posted by Popey View Post
    Wow, there are some lovely images in this thread.
    Here's one form me, taken at a National Trust property called Buscot Park.

    Leica M8, 18mm SE and IR72 filter - processed in Lightroom 2.7.



    Cheers



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    Mark, That is beautiful. The M8 does a really good job with IR.
    Please keep them coming...and welcome to the forum.

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    We had fantastic clouds yesterday. It rained about a half-hour after I took this photo.

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    Cindy,

    thank you for your welcome. I have quite a few shots on my HDD, I'll dig a few more out sometime... Your latest oeuvre is rather nice - I like the toning.

    Best wishes


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    Here are a few more taken in Cornwall.
    Doyden Point



    Port Quin from Doyden Point



    Looking west from Doyden Point



    All taken with a Leica M8 and 28mm Elmarit lens, IR72 filter.

    C&C appreciated.

    Cheers


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    Those are beautiful, Mark, but my favorite is the second with the boat in the water.

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    This is a photo looking down onto the farm (lower left) that my husband grew up on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Popey View Post
    Here are a few more taken in Cornwall.
    Doyden Point
    All taken with a Leica M8 and 28mm Elmarit lens, IR72 filter.

    C&C appreciated.

    Cheers


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    Mark,
    Nice IR work with the M8. I sometimes wish I had kept the M8, but with my bad vision I don't miss struggling with RF focusing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    This is a photo looking down onto the farm (lower left) that my husband grew up on.
    Cindy,

    Beautiful landscape and great sky contrast and color.
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    Carl,
    thank you. It's a shame you can't get on with the M8 - though I can appreciate the difficulty that some people have focusing a rangefinder as my wife falls into that category. She just makes extensive use of my DSLR lenses on her Canon 500D :-)


    Best wishes


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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Mark,
    Nice IR work with the M8. I sometimes wish I had kept the M8, but with my bad vision I don't miss struggling with RF focusing.
    [QUOTE=Cindy Flood;229988]This is a photo looking down onto the farm (lower left) that my husband grew up on.

    Cindy,

    another lovely image. What camera are you using and how are you processing the images?

    Thanks again for your comments on the Cornwall pictures. I am in agreement with you - the middle pic is my favourite too.

    Best wishes

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    Some images with the G1-IR and 35mm f/2 Planar taken in the town park this afternoon.

    Vines & Trailer


    Pond reflections


    Contemplation under the willow
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    Carl, I like them all, but Vines and Trailer is my favorite. I love what that lens does on your IR camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Carl, I like them all, but Vines and Trailer is my favorite. I love what that lens does on your IR camera.
    Thanks Cindy. I've been very pleased with the Contax 35 performance.
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    Tried my Canon 24 TS-E II on the G1-IR using an RJ EOS/m43 adapter. Had to preset the aperture (f/8) while the lens was mounted to the 5DII and then hold the DOF preview button down while removing the lens to keep the aperture at f/8. Lens is large and heavy for the G1, but otherwise works fine with edge to edge sharpness. About 1 degree down tilt used for image below, no shift.

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    Finally got rid of the humidity and rain for awhile so I took the G1-IR out to the Cornell Newman Arboretum for some more testing with the Canon 24mm TS-E II lens. I was very impressed with the sharpness and fine detail this lens produces all the way from the immediate foreground to horizon. All images were at pre-set aperture of f/8 and 1 degree of downward tilt. Some shift applied for framing.

    My testing with the 5DMKII, which was the primary body I intended to use this lens with, was cut short when the sensor died in the camera yesterday. Now on it's way to Canon Service (thankfully still under warranty for another month).

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    Overview of arboretum


    Chinese Gong (very loud)


    Pergola (two image shift and stitch)
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    My god Carl......those are extraordinary images. What a wonderful set.

    Thanks for sharing.....R

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    Carl, These are really, really nice. I always really liked the Canon TS lenses. My favorite was the 90mm...I still miss having a Canon and that lens. I never thought of using a TS lens on my IR camera. You are getting spectacular results.

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    I just looked back through your shots, Carl, and noticed the bird in the cloud in the pergola shot. The detail is wonderful.
    Sorry to hear about your 5D2...bummer. Hope it returns to you in good health.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    My god Carl......those are extraordinary images. What a wonderful set.
    Thanks for sharing.....R
    Thank you Rich. I'm really very pleased with the performance of this lens on the G1-IR

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    Carl, These are really, really nice. I always really liked the Canon TS lenses. My favorite was the 90mm...I still miss having a Canon and that lens. I never thought of using a TS lens on my IR camera. You are getting spectacular results.
    Thank you Cindy. The new 24 TS-E II is an incredible lens and I was pleasantly surprised that it did so well with the little G1.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I just looked back through your shots, Carl, and noticed the bird in the cloud in the pergola shot. The detail is wonderful.
    Sorry to hear about your 5D2...bummer. Hope it returns to you in good health.
    Yes, and I can actually see some detail in the bird's wings at 100%. Sharpness and fine detail resolution are excellent from edge to edge with this lens. I was working on a tripod at about 3.5 ft height so just dialed in 1 to 1.5 degrees downward tilt for all of these shots at f/8. The 5DMKII sensor failure was a real shock, but I've heard of a few other sudden death cases like this with the 5DMKII. I'm hoping to have the camera back in about two weeks.
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    Two from today with the G1-IR and Canon TS-E 24 II.

    Cooling off on a 90+ afternoon down below the falls.



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    Two from a walk along the waterfront this afternoon. Both with the G1-IR and Contax G 28mm f/2.8 Biogon.

    Boiling Clouds



    Willow Grove

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    This is a beautiful set, Carl. My favorite is the last one. I'm sorry that I haven't visited for a while.

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    Two from this week.
    Both with G1 IR and Pen-F 20 f/3.5




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    Which camera G1 is that?
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    Tareq, It is a Panasonic DMC-G1. I had it converted to IR by Precision Camera.

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    LOVE the car shot Cindy!!!
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    LOVE the car shot Cindy!!!
    Me too! Heavenly!!!

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    Me too! Heavenly!!!
    +3 Lovely, smooth tonal transitions in the car.
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    I shot a roll of Rollei IR 400 this morning, first IR in more than 25 years. M6 with CV 25mm Color Skopar and B&W #093 filter. Film rated at ISO 12, developed in Rodinal 1+50 for 12 minutes at 20C. I'm pretty happy with it, though I may try other developers just to see what happens. Definitely getting more of this film.


    Taylor Slough001 by MsMambo, on Flickr


    Snake Road003 by MsMambo, on Flickr


    Snake Road002 by MsMambo, on Flickr


    Snake Road001 by MsMambo, on Flickr

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    Tokengirl, Nice!

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    Thank you Jack, Claire and Carl. Shooting cars is really fun with the IR cam.

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    Claire, Those are beautiful. My favorite is Snake Road #3. I am going to have to get some of that film and try it in my Mamiya 7. Your work is very inspiring.

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    Finally catching back up on this thread.

    Carl - waterfall looks great. I'm sure large it just looks even better.

    Cindy- that first car shot is really neat

    Claire - Taylor slough really needs to be printed!

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    This is a beautiful set, Carl. My favorite is the last one. I'm sorry that I haven't visited for a while.
    Thank you Cindy. The last image is a favorite place on our waterfront trail walk. My wife always complains when I stop to take pictures and particularly here where I've often photographed this scene.
    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Finally catching back up on this thread.

    Carl - waterfall looks great. I'm sure large it just looks even better.

    Cindy- that first car shot is really neat

    Claire - Taylor slough really needs to be printed!
    Thank you Terry and I do like a large print I made recently of this image on metallic B&W. Congrats on your new Rm3d - seems to be a marvelous camera with many options. Looking forward to seeing more of your images as you explore the camera's capabilities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Tareq, It is a Panasonic DMC-G1. I had it converted to IR by Precision Camera.
    ah ok, i was wondering which G1 camera is that, and does it takes lenses from another brands with adapter then?
    I may think to convert one of my cameras to IR, filter is just ... to use.
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    ah ok, i was wondering which G1 camera is that, and does it takes lenses from another brands with adapter then?
    I may think to convert one of my cameras to IR, filter is just ... to use.
    Yes, it takes all kinds of legacy lenses with the proper adapter. I used a Pen-F 20 f/3.5 lens on it for these shots. Keep in mind that the Panasonic G1 has a 2x crop, so a 20mm lens has a 40mm field of view.

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    Terry, thank you. You never know what to expect when shooting cars with the IR cam.

    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Thank you Cindy. The last image is a favorite place on our waterfront trail walk. My wife always complains when I stop to take pictures and particularly here where I've often photographed this scene.
    My husband often says: " How many pictures of ..... can you take???"

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    Horicon Marsh, Wisconsin G1 IR and Pen-F 20 f/3.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    My husband often says: " How many pictures of ..... can you take???"
    That is the exact phrase my wife uses! I usually tell her I'm going for a thousand.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Horicon Marsh, Wisconsin G1 IR and Pen-F 20 f/3.5
    Beautiful sky and very nice composition with the dead tree in the foreground.
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    I really love the slough photo, tokengirl. The bright waterlily pads against the dark, so dark, water really make it!

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