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    thanks Lia, I'm not sure if the chap by the cenotaph is being consoled or executed...

    good work with the moon framing! (esp #2)

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    Oh i hadn't noticed that !
    This one is the estuary at Thames one early morning , i tried to get a little bit of colour happening not very successfully :P
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    Hello Friends
    I am Ankush Dawar and i am a Photographer India. I have never used Infrared for photography but after going thorough this thread am sure that i will try it and than i can help you out with this. Information provided will surely help me out in shooting photographs using infrared.
    Good Work Guys ...

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    Green Bay from a couple of weeks back:
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    Done 3 trips to the Tron this week, least I could do is take a couple of snaps during a quick stop..


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    Nice Tron shot Green Bay shot is a beauty and can't believe i missed it ! that is a goody

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    thanks Lia, that Green bay one was on really dull grey day

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    cricketing capital of Auckland:

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    I received an email from photography forum that told me an image was posted in a thread i subscribed to ..Man i like this shot heaps , architecture and patterns as far as the eye can see and infrared Cool shot Duncan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lia View Post
    I received an email from photography forum that told me an image was posted in a thread i subscribed to ..Man i like this shot heaps , architecture and patterns as far as the eye can see and infrared Cool shot Duncan
    thanks Lia - it looked more busier today, signs going up, work going on around the place, the panic will set in on Friday I expect...

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    I love the old bandstand in Thames. Applied the sepia filter to this infrared shot because i feel it adds to the "ye olde" look

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    Very lovely Lia, it has quite a special feel about it!

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    another attempt at shooting whilst keeping my 3 boys entertained during the school holidays:

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    needless to say, they got growled and asked to leave..
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    That's fabulous Duncan, quite special!

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    Thanks Jos, one day I might get time to visit without the kids in tow...

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    Orewa river/beach with no tsunami:
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    The lack of tsunami makes it very peaceful.
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    In other news, a respectable establishment has asked, and been granted permission, to borrow my best IR camera (well: only IR camera) to try & photograph a special exhibit.

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    Good.
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