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Rails to Infinity infrared... by MichiLauke Rails to Infinity infrared... by MichiLauke
This reals are going from Rayong via Pattaya to Bangkok...

Infrared Picture 950nm lens
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al3ayali Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2010
Amazing shot !!

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HoudVanKunst Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2008
osm!

quick question: What is an infrared picture and IR photography? I know what infrared light rays are. Is infrared a setting on your camera or on photoshop?
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MichiLauke Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2008   Photographer
Hi HoudVanKunst!

I use a digital camera with infrared filter no film camera. My infrared filter is a very strong no name filter (ebay about 25 Dollar) with about 950nm which filters/stops all visible light. And I use grey filters 2x, 4x and 8x depending on the strength of the sun light to stop to much light coming into the camera.

I do all my ir shots only in the 'night shot modus' (not in the night framing modus) of my Sony Camera where the internal ir blocking filter is clapping away from the sensor and the camera is very very very sensitiv for all light. I have to be careful of not to much light coming into the camera - it may destroy the sensor. But if I put the ir filter on the lens there will be no problems.

I never use the automatic modus because my camera puts up the ISO automatically. And the pictures will be to grainy. I use always the P modus and 64 ISO as my ir standard.

Because the original ir pics coming out of the camera are green and monochrome I have to change with PhotoShop the colors. Sometimes I work on two color levels: blue for the sky and pink for the trees. I crop the sky.

These are all my "infrared-secrets". But I never made a secret out of this.

Michael from Hamburg Germany
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HoudVanKunst Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2008
Thanks Michael, you are a big help!
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GeneAut Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2008
Wonderful shot as always!
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CatchMe-22 Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2007
Gorgeous tones and exposure... the grass looks like incoming waves!! i haven't gotten into IR photography yet but looking at ur work makes me wanna go out and do it right now! :D

btw thank u so much for the watch... i'm honoured. Hope u continue to enjoy my work in the future! :D
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IraMustyPhotography Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2007  Professional Photographer
This is one of the best uses of IR I've seen.
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MichiLauke Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2007   Photographer
This is a very good compliment! Thank you! :D
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Eleh Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2007
I thought the grass was waves.
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sh-o-o-sh Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2007
Beautiful Shot & Title.
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DriftStudios Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2007
Stunning! :wow:
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steelangel Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2007
excellent !!!!!!!
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Windsfantasy Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Awesome!!!
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bada Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2007
Fantastic shot! The perspective, the IR and all these details are gorgeous!

:+favlove:
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TheBritishBunneh Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2007
i'd probably walk all the way down the rail just because i wanted to
:heart: great photo
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10/300 second
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F/2.0
Focal Length
7 mm
ISO Speed
64
Date Taken
Sep 11, 2007, 7:17:58 AM
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