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Old Aug 7, 2006, 6:47 PM   #1
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More experimenting with IR. This is fun. Just did a levels on these and resized....cheers.......Don.
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3 Oops, did a double post..I'll be alright...too much sun today..:?
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You have some wonderful ir scenery there, Don. That first one is a great shot. The bridge on the left is a perfect touch. Very well done. Go lil-fluzzi go

Note: What shutter speeds and iso were you using? Elements 2 is removing much of the exif. I think there is an option tool setting that will retain the exif data.

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These are great photos. Thanks for sharing.
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Very good and interesting. How did you get so much sun with all that snow on the trees????? :lol: IR must be fun. Some day maybe I'll give it a try when I learn to do things the old fashion way.
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Thanks Fred and Ladyhawk. I used Elements to adjust the levels. I shot at ISO 50 on a tripod. Shutter speeds were around 1 sec for most of the IR shots I've taken. I decided to do a light NR on all of them, and that's what stripped the exif data. They weren't that noisy, but I thought they'd look a little smoother if I cleaned them up a little. And I agree with you-Go Lil-fluzzi-Go! I'm really quite amazed at how good the picture quality is in this little camera. What I find is when you only have 2mgp to play with, you concentrate a lot harder on the composition. Can't do much cropping...cheers....Don.

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You have some wonderful ir scenery there, Don. That first one is a great shot. The bridge on the left is a perfect touch. Very well done. Go lil-fluzzi go

Note: What shutter speeds and iso were you using? Elements 2 is removing much of the exif. I think there is an option tool setting that will retain the exif data.

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