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Gilcrease Black & White Infrared

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I spent Labor Day weekend in Tulsa, OK and had the opportunity to eat Sunday brunch at the Osage Restaurant. The food was excellent and I enjoyed the view of the Osage hills from our window-side table*. After brunch we spent a few hours in the Gilcrease museum viewing many paintings, art, statues, Native American artifacts, and much about American …

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Late Afternoon on Mars

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Although it looks like how I imagine Mars appears, it is, of course, Crater Lake. As you can guess from my last post, these image is from my recently IR converted D200. After quickly processing the Crater Lake photos several different ways I’ve decided that I like the non-white balanced (red tinted) images in this series the best. Unlike the …

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Oregon Garden in IR

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I visited the Oregon Garden last weekend and brought my IR camera along with my “regular” DSLR. Although packing around two cameras was a bit of a hassle, I’m glad that I did. Here are four example photos from several dozen IR images I took on Saturday. This image is of the Rain Curtain in the Sensory Garden. This is …

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Infrared (IR) Photography

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For a while now I’ve been fascinated with infrared photography. Now that I have a new studio camera I decided I would have my Nikon D200 converted to infrared. It arrived back just hours before I was to take a short trip that put me at Crater Lake, Oregon for a day. I was able to spend some time taking …

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