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    IR images from Moab

    IR images from Moab workshop

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    Re: IR images from Moab

    Outstanding images Woody! Could you gives us some details....camera etc?

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    Re: IR images from Moab

    very nice. yes details please

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    Re: IR images from Moab

    Rockin'!!! Love 'em. And yes, some details, please.

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    Re: IR images from Moab

    All 3 images are taken with an M8 and 35mm pre-asp v.4 chron, which along with it's many other charming features is an excellent IR lens - no hot spot and dead sharp focus with the infinity focus point shifted to the f5.6 depth of field mark. B+W 092 IR filter.

    Shot handheld at ISO 640. Processed in ACR using the sky as a white balance point (there were technical discussions at the workshop about what it is about ACR that causes these to come out brown) and then desaturated a bit. Numbers one and two are three panel stitches (in PS) and number three is a two panel stitch. Perspective trued up in PS for all three - this is what lends them their seriousness.

    All hand held except I used a monopod for the balanced rock.
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    Re: IR images from Moab

    Very nice work Woody, interesting process.....thanks for the info

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    Re: IR images from Moab

    Very nice work Woody, interesting process.....thanks for the info

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