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Old Sep 4, 2006, 10:09 PM   #1
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iso80, 1/3s, red/blue color swap







iso100, 1/1.6s, red/blue color swap and auto levels



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iso80, 1/2s, level adj only



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Old Sep 5, 2006, 7:21 AM   #2
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fmoore: really like all of them....neat photos but #2 is my favourite!!!
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Old Sep 5, 2006, 8:54 AM   #3
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Hi I love the look of your photos, very "dreamy" and captivating. Donna
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Old Sep 5, 2006, 10:43 AM   #4
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Donna and Annie - Thanks for the comments. The levels adjustment on #2 is what makes it stand out. Here is #1 with levels adj. Initially I thought it wasa little too bright. Seems better this way now.


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Hell yeah, these photos rock! I think I'm going to drop the $40 and buy a Hoya RM72 ,It'll be a nice addition to my FZ30.I've seen too manysickshots with this filter.
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Old Sep 5, 2006, 10:38 PM   #6
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Treed - Unfortunately, the fz30 is not nearly as ir sensitve as the fx01. I think you will be disappointed with the r72 on the fz30.
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Treed - Unfortunately, the fz30 is not nearly as ir sensitve as the fx01. I think you will be disappointed with the r72 on the fz30.
Well I've seen some fz30 IR pics and they don't look half bad. I mean I'm not expecting it to look exactly what you have but it should be similar.
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Wow... very nice. Digital may have it on the IR side. Just got a roll back of film IR shot with Ilford SFX 200. Nice... but grainy. Fred, these are wonderful.
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Nice shots Fred! I like the ir photos and haven't seen anyone elses that compare to yours. The only thing I wonder is what are your ir shots going to look like this winter when your two feet under snow up there? Now that will be interesting.

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Old Sep 7, 2006, 10:25 AM   #10
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Thanks for the comments.

Nick -The infrared sensitivity of the fx01 came as a complete and very welcome surprise. This is a tiny ultra-compact p&s! Why doesn't it have the prohibitively strong internal ir blocker the vast majority of digicams have? I wonder if all the fx series camera are this sensitive.

Don -Green summer foliagereflecting bright sunlight is the key -though not absolutely essential - ingredient to ir photography. Billowing clouds are another veryeffective ingredient. We'll see what we can do with snow come winter.

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