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    These were shot with an IR converted Lumix GF1 (720 conversion though). I have swapped channels on a few photos in the past, I'll post one later, both ways.... I think it can be effective.

    In the mean time here are the ones that didn't show above;

    Tijou screen
    Kew gardens
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    I like the one at the Kew Gardens, very nice.

    These few next were taken in China 18 months ago

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    Using Pentax lenses on m43

    I recently started using the Pentax K5 SLR, primarily with the small limited series primes. Discovered a nice little adapter from Fotodiox that is specifically for mounting Pentax K digital lenses (that have no manual aperture ring) to m43 cameras. I can now use the Pentax Limited primes on my IR converted Panasonic G1. The adapter has a rotating aperture control ring that works well for setting aperture, although you get no indication (other than visual or counting audible clicks) of the actual aperture value.

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    Sample image taken with the G1 and Pentax 35mm f/2.8 macro limited.

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    Just adding another G1-IR+Pentax macro 35mm f/2.8 Limited (Fotodiox adapter).

    Anemic Batard

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    boy that fiery furnace is really really nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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    Viablex and Coulombic......I haven't checked this thread in a while.

    Really nice IR images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    boy that fiery furnace is really really nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Your images have a cool, "HIE" feeling about them. Though, they're rather soft, in general. Was your camera converted? Are you using some sort of "Norton Effect?" Really like the first and last two.

    Rich: Thanks!

    Here are a few more:


    Triumphant (infrared). by coulombic, on Flickr


    Goblin Valley (infrared). by coulombic, on Flickr


    Star. by coulombic, on Flickr


    Ivy-stricken university (infrared). by coulombic, on Flickr


    LDS Assembly Hall (infrared). by coulombic, on Flickr


    Paria (infrared). by coulombic, on Flickr

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    man really love that IVY stricken university!!!! love the way you process those, I have a converted D300, I need to do some more selective sharpening and brush it back in the leaves look good with a glow but the trees look better sharp IMO, love your stuff have any actions for sale?

    some old canon files man was it foggy that day


    CRW_0054_1 by gungyduo, on Flickr


    CRW_0053_1 by gungyduo, on Flickr

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    tnpris by gungyduo, on Flickr

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    choich by gungyduo, on Flickr

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    Very nice photographs,which photography software you used?You cropping all photographs are very nice.I like your concept of photography.sharpness of photographs are amazing.I must say that you good photographer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    man really love that IVY stricken university!!!! love the way you process those, I have a converted D300, I need to do some more selective sharpening and brush it back in the leaves look good with a glow but the trees look better sharp IMO, love your stuff have any actions for sale?
    No, I don't have any actions. If you like, I can make a reasonable workflow, as far as my processing. If you have questions about specific images, feel free to PM me. Sorry about the slow response, by the way -- I've been traveling extensively for the last while, and just barely noticed your comment.
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    Panasonic GF1 converted for IR. Processed in C1 Pro 6. Recent wedding. This bridal image taken on the beach in Carmel.
    Last edited by kdphotography; 2nd February 2013 at 20:13.

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    great photos..i really appreciated ..

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    Classic early autumn skies today behind a brisk cold front that generated big puffy, white clouds. Panasonic G1-IR with Contax-G Carl Zeiss 35mm f/2 Planar.



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    Re: How about a more fun with IR thread?

    Both very nice, Carl. That excellent lens of yours renders individual leaves sharp. I especially like the second composition.

    I don't usually do false color, but here is one from yesterday. False color seemed to fit this subject.
    G1 IR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Both very nice, Carl. That excellent lens of yours renders individual leaves sharp. I especially like the second composition.

    I don't usually do false color, but here is one from yesterday. False color seemed to fit this subject.
    G1 IR
    Thanks Cindy, these were stitched images from two and three shots respectively.

    The false colors are perfect for your summery, ice cream social scene.
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    Re: How about a more fun with IR thread?

    Three from today. The first one false color with G1 IR and Panny 7-14. The second and third were converted to black and white. I used G1 IR and my Jupiter 3. The Jupiter 3 (50 f/1.5 sonnar copy) was recently worked on by Brian Sweeney. Brian posts on Getdpi. He did some mechanical work on the lens and adjusted it for w/o excellence on his digital M. I could not be happier with his work. If you want a really nice lens for a reasonable price, find a Jupiter 3 and contact Brian. You won't regret it.


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