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  • A couple of Infra red wrecks

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    Shot one evening just down the River Orwell from Pin Mill
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    Compulsive photographic dabbler.

  • #2
    G'day mate

    Hmmmm - and wrecks they are! I like the mono treatment that comes with the IR effects

    > Motorhome travels outback eastern Australia much of each year
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    • petrochemist
      petrochemist commented
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      Thanks Phil
      I have false colour versions of both of those (shot with a 590nm filter) & it seems it's very much 50:50 as to which is prefered.
      My son prefers the B&W, my wife the colour and I prefer the colour for the first, but the B&W for the second.

  • #3
    The black and white attributes from the IR do give the images some drama and suits the subject.
    Better a full bottle in front of me
    than a full frontal lobotomy.


    • #4
      Well done and I like the tones in these. Very different. The IR effect is more apparent to me in the 2nd image.
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      • #5
        Great shots. Think the black and white suits the subject really well.


        • #6
          I am a sucker for B&W. Very well done.


          • #7
            Great shots and this is all that needs to be said.


            • #8
              The first one stands out for me with the stronger composition of the curves and leading lines of the boats.
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