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    Downloading from this mornings shoot and oh an infrared from yesterday. Seems to suit this location well.
    Will have to go back with tripod another time, and some grass clippers
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    Finally found my misplaced infrared filter other day while looking for something else, back to being creative. And just because Duncan has asked so many times edited in colour
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    excellent!

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    Slightly more of the same near Tiniroto
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    can I recommend a reasonable IR forum: http://infrared-photography.freeforums.net/ ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan. View Post
    can I recommend a reasonable IR forum: http://infrared-photography.freeforums.net/ ;-)
    Noted, prob too busy to post in there as well but looks like some interesting info to be read.
    I've tried to do the blue/red channel swap ting for the colour ones but miss a step somewhere...
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    Pohutukawa on the banks of the Wairoa river
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    That's a really nice shot Raymond . The Phohutukawas are looking beautiful at the moment and having seen this shot you've got me all inspired to get that infra camera out and give it a nudge or two

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lia View Post
    That's a really nice shot Raymond . The Phohutukawas are looking beautiful at the moment and having seen this shot you've got me all inspired to get that infra camera out and give it a nudge or two
    Thanks. Misplaced the filter awhile ago so back into it.
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    That's a ripper Raymond, shows the magic of the effect very well!

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    Cheers Jos, was well received in other places too.

    Been bugging me for ages to do something with the fast moving Waikaretaheke river which is the outlet from the Piripaua power station. Water catches the light nicely but always scraggly trees in way.
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