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Sulphurous Winter [Jan. 6th, 2003|09:35 pm]
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havir22.jpg (88358 bytes)Sulphurous Winter. Matt Harbowy, 2003.
Olympus C-4000. Red and Green from Hoya R72 NIR filter image, Blue from true color image. Both images of same scene using a circular polarizer. NIR image is 1 sec exposure. VIS image is 1/1000 sec exposure. Images taken 1/5/2003, Hudson River from Haverstraw, NY.
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[User Picture]From: flooks
2003-01-06 08:41 pm (UTC)
Oh wow, I like that. Normal everyday landscape looks so alien, almost as if the trees were just dumped there. :)
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[User Picture]From: hbergeronx
2003-01-07 05:52 am (UTC)

thanks!

I think it's ironic that I take this huge set of pictures, and the first ones come out the best.
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From: sarahparah
2003-01-07 09:11 am (UTC)
Beautiful! I love the colors.
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[User Picture]From: hbergeronx
2003-01-07 10:49 am (UTC)

:)

The yellow from the NIR bright surfaces really accentuates and distinguishes how this 'color' is completely 'alien' to the eye- hopefull it really demonstrates why IR photography is interesting to me. I'm forced to swap the IR image for colors that people can see, and with the false color technique you get a sense of the difference better than with pure b&w.
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From: sunyata__
2003-01-08 07:26 am (UTC)
Oh, to have a 1600x1200 for my work wallpaper....
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[User Picture]From: hbergeronx
2003-01-08 08:06 am (UTC)

heh.

I've been doing 800x600 prints for the web, and I don't have a larger version of that particular image. There are some bigger prints mixed in here ( http://www.aeternae.org/matt/ir/irtest4 )- look for the files ending in nnx.jpg if you want bigger prints. I'll be doing much larger images once I get the technique perfected and can justify actual print sizes. Any bigger and you really begin to see what an amateur I am :)
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