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Infrared photo simil

Posted by
aaanouel (Heredia, Costa Rica) on 3 November 2014 in Art & Design and Portfolio.

Infrared photography is a quite difficult and specialized technique which needs dedicated or modified gear, so I simply passed over and get contented by simulating it once in a while...

SONY SLT-A65V 1/200 second F/9.0 ISO 100 36 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Moridi from Tehran, Iran

Very nice. Superb.

3 Nov 2014 6:52am

Shiva from Berwick, Canada

As always, something amazing and interesting. First look, I definitely thought of S N O W --- but I know better --- Costa Rica doesn't get any !!
A strange and superb image, Augusto.
Kind regards Monika

3 Nov 2014 8:16pm

DarkElf from Perth, Australia

excellent contrast and detail!

4 Nov 2014 2:20am

L'Angevine from Angers, France


4 Nov 2014 8:20am

Reinald Van De Walle from Vigo, Spain

La foto que veo me gusta pero no entiendo cual es el efecto que logra el infrared que comentas. Como se vería sin el? Verla sin sería interesante para apreciarlo mejor.

5 Nov 2014 2:25pm

@Reinald Van De Walle: En una foto infrarroja el follaje se ve totalmente blanco, se oscurecen los azules y pasan otras cosas interesantes, busca Infra-Red (IR) en Flickr.

Devi from Chennai, India

I love this image...what an enchanting sky...the mountains...the tree here near the right top corner..and the silver sands....

16 Nov 2014 10:19am

1/200 second
ISO 100
36 mm (35mm equiv.)