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    At the Wild Animal Park today. 7D mkii @ 400 f4.

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    A few from my Canon days...

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    A few swamp walk shots taken today with the full spectrum modified (Kolari) Canon EOS R with 24-105 RF lens fitted with a Kolari UV/IR cut CC filter. Still waiting for the new Kolari IRChrome filter but won't ship until end of month. I ran the raws through DXO PL2 and exported jpegs to Joe Colson's Frameworks script in Photoshop.

    The swamp (was still dry) is to my left facing west on lower Fall Creek.



    Te skunk cabbage was just starting to poke up through the dead leaves.



    Heavy texture in the bark of this tree covered with vines.



    This girdled tree is still standing.

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    Late afternoon light in infrared with the full spectrum EOS R.


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    A few shots today with the Canon EOS R (FS) in full spectrum mode with no CC filter on the 24-105.







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    A few shots taken with the Canon EOS R (FS) and 35/1.8 RF Macro IS lens with CC filter. Ithaca farmers market and Steamboat Landing on the Cayuga Inlet waterfront trail.







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    Time for some balloons!


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    Also, notwithstanding my comments posted here in January, after spending some quality time at a local dealer's manufacturer rep event this afternoon, I ended up bringing home an R along with the RF 35/1.8 and the control-ring EF-RF adapter. Just spent about an hour setting up the camera, including rearranging the button and dial assignments to mitigate some of the handling aspects that bothered me on my first encounter with the camera back then. We'll see how it goes.
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    I need some explanation here from the bird experts. Walking along a small wetland stream with a few apple trees in blossom next to the stream. There was a small flock of cedar waxwings in the trees and they appeared to be picking at the blossoms. Never observed this behavior before and I don't know why they were doing it. There are two birds circled in red in the image below and if you click for the full size version you will also see a lot of blossoms and petals in the stream below the birds. Only had the Canon EOS R with 35/2.8 Macro lens with me so couldn't get clear larger shot of the birds in action.

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    Couple of additional images taken with the Canon EOS R (FS) + 35/2.8 Macro with Kolari CC filter (UV/IR cut).



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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    I need some explanation here from the bird experts. Walking along a small wetland stream with a few apple trees in blossom next to the stream. There was a small flock of cedar waxwings in the trees and they appeared to be picking at the blossoms. Never observed this behavior before and I don't know why they were doing it. There are two birds circled in red in the image below and if you click for the full size version you will also see a lot of blossoms and petals in the stream below the birds. Only had the Canon EOS R with 35/2.8 Macro lens with me so couldn't get clear larger shot of the birds in action.

    Found the answer online. Cedar Waxwings apparently love to eat blossoms and buds on apple and pear trees. I imagine that a large flock could do some serious damage in an orchard.
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    A few shots from a walk along Fall Creek in the wildflower garden. EOS-R with 35mm RF f/1.8 Macro.

    Red Trillium



    White Trillium



    Fall Creek



    A camo loo in the woods

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    Three from a walk in the park.



    A clap-catch coming up.



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    Two with the Canon EOS R (Full Spectrum)

    Infrared 590nm pass filter



    Visible CC UV/IR cut filter

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    False Hellebore is one of my favorite botanical subjects. Beautiful leaf texture and tonality. These are cultivated at the Cornell gardens, but wild plants in the nearby swamps are even more interesting. Two renditions of the same image in full color and B&W conversion via SEPRO2.



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    Garden Primula.

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    I couldn't resist the sale on new Canon 5DSR bodies so picked one up for $1680. Couple of first shots with the EF 24-105L



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    One more post processed in HDR 2019.

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    A few snaps of blossoms in our garden with the Canon 5DSR and EF 24-105 L.











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    From a walk in Stewart Park, Ithaca, NY Canon 5DSR EF 24-105 L







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    EOS R / RF 35/1.8 IS
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    I couldn't resist the sale on new Canon 5DSR bodies so picked one up for $1680. Couple of first shots with the EF 24-105L...
    The 5Ds/R gets little respect these days, but it's still an extremely capable camera and that's fantastic value for money. Thanks for sharing, and enjoy!
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    Unknown plant. Canon 5DSR EF 16-35 L

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    Another Iris. Canon 5DSR EF -24-105 L



    and a cluster of Siberians

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    Steamboat Landing and Ithaca Farmers Market. Canon 5DSR Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5 L II

    one degree tilt, no shift, PP in Aurora HDR Pro 2019



    one degree tilt, two shots shifted with rise/fall and stitched in LR photo merge. PP in Topaz Sharpen AI

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    A few shots from a walk on the waterfront trail along Cayuga Inlet.







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    A student finds solitude below Ithaca Falls. Three hand held shots with the Canon 5DSR and EF 24-105 L stitched in LR Photomerge and processed in Luminar 3. Final image was 73 MP.

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    Frail looking yellow blossoms with thin, but sturdy stems growing straight up on a cliff face of crumbling shale and limestone.

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    We took a drive up along the east shore of Cayuga Lake to the village of Aurora, NY. After a pleasant lunch on the patio of the old Aurora Inn over looking Cayuga Lake we drove a couple of miles further north to Mackenzie-Childs for a walk around their property. All shots with the Canon 5DSR and EF 24-105 L.

    Aurora Inn

    Mackenzie-Childs Designer studios and shop

    A peek into the bizarre world of Mackenzie-Childs (think Alice in wonderland)

    The old farm house from the original owners of this old farm property.

    The residence for the exotic animals (peacocks, geese, goats, guinea fowl, pigs, goats, etc.) that roam freely around the property

    An ornate swing set next to the pond across from the main studios.
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    A few shots with the Canon 5DSR and EF 85/1.8 taken in Stewart Park.

    Cornell skyline above Fall Creek



    A new birdhouse with 14 empty apartments.



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    Blue Heron Gone

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    A couple of B&W images taken today with the Canon EOS R (FS) + RF 24-105 f/4 L



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    Japanese Fern in infrared (720nm) with the Canon EOS R (FS) using a Hoya R72 filter.

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    We had a light Sunday brunch at Snug Harbor and then drove through the vineyards up in the hills above Keuka Lake.
    Bully Hill vineyards. Canon 5DSR EF 24-105 L



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    A few snaps taken with the Canon EOS R and RF 35/1.8 Macro at Myers Point on the east shore of Cayuga Lake at the mouth of Salmon Creek.





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    A cold front came through this AM and blew out the hot humid air. Took the Canon EOS R (FS) with RF 24-105 and Kolari IRChrome filter out for a walk along Cayuga Inlet at the Ithaca Farmers market. Colors are SOOC with no hue adjustments. Preset custom white balance in camera from 18% grey card.







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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    A cold front came through this AM and blew out the hot humid air. Took the Canon EOS R (FS) with RF 24-105 and Kolari IRChrome filter out for a walk along Cayuga Inlet at the Ithaca Farmers market. Colors are SOOC with no hue adjustments. Preset custom white balance in camera from 18% grey card.
    If you don't like orange foliage color it is very easy to transform the color to any hue in between yellow and red using the orange Hue adjustment slider in LR.

    Yellow (orange hue +80)



    red (orange hue -80) This is similar to classic EIR.

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    Cayuga Inlet at Ithaca Farmers market. Canon EOS R (FS) RF 24-105 L with Kolari 77mm IRChrome filter. Orange hue slider set to +62 in Lightroom.

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    Another walk along the inlet, further upstream across from the Island Health center. Same setup as yesterday with Canon EOS R (FS) + Kolari IRChrome filter on RF 24-105 L

    Looking north on the inlet towards the lake.



    Directly across from the Health center. Note IR reflections in the windows that I assume are UV/IR block glass.

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    Hayfield Lansing, NY. Canon EOS R (FS) Kolari IRChrome filter on RF 35/1.8 Macro.



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    A few shots taken at "Bakers Acres" nursery in Lansing, NY. Canon EOS R (FS) Kolari IRChrome filter on RF 35/1.8 Macro. I pulled the saturation down in the last one to emphasize texture rather than color.





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    ^^ All nice shots Carl, but to my taste they would probably look better when the greens would be green rather than red or orange. Probaly my exact "engineering" mind can't totally fathom the meaning of the changed colours.
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    ^^ All nice shots Carl, but to my taste they would probably look better when the greens would be green rather than red or orange. Probaly my exact "engineering" mind can't totally fathom the meaning of the changed colours.
    It is a digital emulation of the old Kodak EIR film. Difficult to find the right type scene for this to work well. I may revisit in winter when we have snow on the ground and a clear blue sky with a couple of green spruce trees in the scene. Too much green stuff leads to overload.
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    Old Barn, Lansing, NY. Canon EOS R (FS) RF 35/1.8 Kolari IRChrome filter



    and a warm/neutral split tone conversion:

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    One more from the Lansing series. Canon EOS R (FS) RF 35/1.8 Macro Kolari IRChrome filter. Warm/neutral split tone B&W conversion.

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    Blue Heron in flight. Canon 5DS R 85/1.8 SEPII Selenium toned B&W conversion.

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    EOS R / RF 35/1.8 IS

    At the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston earlier today, this room:

    https://gardnermuseum.org/experience.../tapestry-room

    Illumination in the room is kept very low for conservation reasons and to be faithful to the intentions of the museum's founder; most of the room is very murky. OOC jpg with enhanced-strength highlight tone priority, minimal post processing, hand-held exposure 1/20 at f/2.8, ISO 2500.
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    Carl, thanks for sharing your ongoing IR experiments. The color ones bring back memories of tinkering with Ektachrome Infrared back in the 1970s when I was first getting started with 35mm photography - but of course with the digital capture and processing you have vastly greater flexibility to adjust the rendering for best effect.

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