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Dark Sky, Bright Rocks

I took this two weeks ago up at the cottage with my E-3 and a Hoya Infrared filter attached. I only got around to processing it tonight though! I'm really enjoying how well the E-3 works with IR photography, and the Live View lets me focus it well (since AF doesn't work with IR photography and it's to dark to see through the optical viewfinder!).

I'm tempted to get my older camera, my Olympus E-330 converted to an IR camera so I don't have to deal with the long 25 second exposures in mid-day but otherwise it's great!

~iain.

Dark Sky, Bright Rocks

I took this two weeks ago up at the cottage with my E-3 and a Hoya Infrared filter attached. I only got around to processing it tonight though! I'm really enjoying how well the E-3 works with IR photography, and the Live View lets me focus it well (since AF doesn't work with IR photography and it's to dark to see through the optical viewfinder!).

I'm tempted to get my older camera, my Olympus E-330 converted to an IR camera so I don't have to deal with the long 25 second exposures in mid-day but otherwise it's great!

~iain.

comments (3)

  • FLOOG
  • SEATED AT A COMPUTER
  • 3 Jun 2008, 05:40
My word, this is absolutely stunning!

Very striking
Very nice image. Wow 25 secs during the day, helps to keep the water silky smooth. I must have a try of IR photography now.
  • Ellie
  • in the damp
  • 4 Jun 2008, 21:21
Beautiful Iain, and not a problem with noise either.

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camera E-3 & Hoya IR Filter
exposure mode full manual
shutterspeed 25s
aperture f/6.3
sensitivity ISO100
focal length 14.0mm
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