|Posted on July 19, 2014 at 12:50 PM||comments (0)|
It was a lovely evening yesterday, and a little cooler than it had been during the daytime, so we went for a drive in Derbyshire.
I was hoping for some golden hour images, maybe a sunset sky - but no! I should have known that whenever I try to do that it gets misty in the valleys so useless for the shots I wanted. I was a little surprised how much of the haze disappeared when I tried a few shots with the new IR conversion. Again I was using the 850nm filter on full spectrum conversion.
|Posted on July 15, 2014 at 4:25 PM||comments (0)|
Here is the first result from my Lumix TZ30 which was converted to full spectrum by KolariVision. I used an 850nm filter and did very little processing.
The results are sharp and punchy, and I am very pleased with the quality.
If you are interested in any kind of infrared conversions I highly recommend this company - check them out here: www.kolarivision.com
I did take a colour image by adding a hot mirror filter, and got a reasonable colour image, a little fringing but it is only a compact camera!
You can view this on my other site, not wanting to put too many colour images on this blog..... colour image here
|Posted on April 5, 2014 at 1:35 PM||comments (0)|
I have major computer problems, which will prevent me from posting to this blog for a while. Not sure how long it will take to get the machine up and running, then there will be a lot of software installing to deal with
I'm posting three quite different images from my archives, using my husbands' computer (which does not have the necessary software to produce any more images, unfortunately)
First we have a train image, at Goatland Station, North Yorkshire Moors Railway.
Here is an infrared landscape taken at Lyme Hall, using a converted Canon EOS 30D.
Finally, an abstract composition from The National Waterways Museum at Ellesmere Port.
|Posted on April 2, 2014 at 4:05 PM||comments (0)|
OK, so I missed out last week on posting to this blog, but I did actually get out and shoot! Processing time has been scarce, but better late than never? This one is five bracketed shots combined in Photomatix Pro, then converted to black and white in CS6 using Silver Efex Pro 2.
As an extra image, here is an infrared result of Whitby Abbey, North Yorkshire. Taken some time ago with a Canon EOD 30D, converted for IR use.