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"Thornton under a cloud."

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Threatening rain at Thornton, my local reservoir.

OK we are back with Infrared - sorry Fuji.

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No worries Bill, we all have our quirky preferences...

That said, this could have been a scene shot in that exceptionally bright moonlight of a night or two ago, so it doesn’t ...jar.....like many IR studies.

IR to me is a bit like HDR the sliders/effect can be pushed too far sometimes.....

FUJI

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Light is everything

Bill

Point proven!

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One of the clearest Infrared I have seen? Ive never use the medium as I see so much of it very badly done,  but I can see the appeal when its produced like this.

 

Geoff

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It does look moonlit - good call Fuji and a crackin' image Bill.

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Lovely shot.  

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That is a great shot, I know nothing about IR photography, but I like that a lot. 

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Masterful  work Bill .. and inspirational. The light on the boat edges is absolutely key to this working so beautifully in my opinion ..... as Colin says .... “point proven”  when you say that light is everything. 

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Thanks for the kind comments everyone.

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Interesting use of infrared, Bill. Sorry if this a dumb question but what time of day was it taken? 

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33 minutes ago, CMunzel said:

Interesting use of infrared, Bill. Sorry if this a dumb question but what time of day was it taken? 

I think it was about 8:30 a.m. can't be certain because the date / time in the camera was not set correctly.

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