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dmfalk

Sundial Bridge birthday-trip pics finally uploaded!

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My photos- mostly infrared- from my birthday trip to Redding (10/10/2012) are FINALLY posted on Flickr:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dmfalk/sets/

I've been so distracted with other things, I completely forgot about them! :( Took a note about a certain birthday story to remind me, not only haven't I gotten back to that, I hadn't gotten back to my Sundial Bridge/Old Shasta ruins/Whiskeytown Lake photos from my birthday, either... :(

Now, do you see why I'm eager to get my Nikon converted to do infrared? These IR shots were all 10-second exposures set to a high ISO setting (1600), rather than "normal" exposure settings had it been converted... :P ....Now, if only someone would leave some "tips" in the "tip jar"... :(

d.m.f.
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CyberCornEntropic
5 years, 10 months ago
They're quite rosy.  You must have been a bit of an optimist. :p

[CyberCorn drops a couple of tips in the tip jar.]
Tip #1:
" Rule of Acquisition #223 – Beware the man who doesn't make time for oo-mox.

[What.]
Tip #2:
" It's a cow.  The cow says, "Moo."

[What a cheapskate!]
dmfalk
5 years, 10 months ago
" CyberCornEntropic wrote:
They're quite rosy.  You must have been a bit of an optimist. :p

Heh... That's just how it come through the filter... Of course, if you tried to look through the filter, you'd barely see anything, with a reddish colour... Something like 10% pass-through at the deepest optical red... (760nm is the wavelength at 50% passthrough... Percentage goes higher the longer the wavelength... That's how infrared passthrough filters work. A camera conversion removes the internal infrared blocking filter, as the sensor is sensitive down to about 1200nm and up to 300nm in the UV range. Red is about 700nm.) Ironically, a full-spectrum converted camera produces interesting results with deep-colour filters-- The infrared passthrough always shows up as the colour not used by the filter!

" [CyberCorn drops a couple of tips in the tip jar.]
Tip #1:
" Rule of Acquisition #223 – Beware the man who doesn't make time for oo-mox.

[What.]

Heh, all work and no play... ;)

" Tip #2:
" It's a cow.  The cow says, "Moo."

[What a cheapskate!]

Just what I need- Cow-tipping! :P

d.m.f.
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