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Last August I published a short post on Oregon Garden in IR.  [By the way, why isn’t it “Oregon Gardens” – I just checked their website – it’s “Oregon Garden”. They have, like, 20 gardens, so it’s not like its the only garden in Oregon. Just a thought.] Today I would like revisit that topic and some of the photos in a slightly different manner.  When I was at the garden in August I had two of my cameras with me – a Nikon D200 converted to IR and my D3x.  I stacked the cameras for a lot of shots so that I got a color and IR photograph from the same location.  I’ve taken an IR version and a color version into Photoshop and combined them so that each photo is partly IR and partly color.  It’s not perfect, after all the D200 is a 10MP camera and the D3x is 24.5MP. Not to mention the D3x has a full frame sensor and the D200 has a DX sized sensor and most of these are not shot at the same focal length.  In any case, I thought it was interesting to see these photos from this perspective.

This image is of the Rain Curtain in the Sensory Garden.

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Trees in the Conifer Garden.

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Ladders near the Market Garden.

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Market Garden.

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Grape/Hop arbor in the Market Garden.

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I had both cameras with me when I was at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, OK also. I wasn’t able to ‘stack’ the cameras and was without a tripod so these were a little harder to align.

Gilcrease Home at the Gilcrease Gardens in Tulsa, OK.

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Old tree in the Rock Garden at Gilcrease.

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