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#1 Herman1705


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Posted 27 May 2018 - 20:55

On a cold day in March we went up to the Wadden Sea at the location of Wierum for some photo fun. I took my Sony A500 broadband with ENNA München Lithagon 28mm and some filters with me.

VIS: f/11; 1/500 s; ISO 200; Baader UV/IR cut stacked with HAMA UV390
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UV: f/11; 2 s; ISO 200; Baader U
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IR: f/11; 1/60 s; ISO 200; 760 nm long pass
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'Bee vision', [David Prutchi, Exploring Ultraviolet Photography, p.100],
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'Tretrachromatic', [David Prutchi, Exploring Ultraviolet Photography, p.102, fig. 75B], used the L-channel from the UV image and multiplied it with the RGB image:
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'Multispectral', [David Prutchi, Exploring Ultraviolet Photography, p.88], split the RGB image in R, G and B channels; put the UV-image onto the B-channel and aligned the UV to the B; put the IR-image onto the R-channel and aligned the IR to the R. Then used WavelengthPro to create the image:
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#2 Andrea B.

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Posted 27 May 2018 - 22:24

Really lovely interpretations, Herman.

I enjoy "minimalist" landscapes. Although as one continues to look, the subtle details take on a larger role which somewhat belies the minimalist label I just used. :)
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#3 Mark


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Posted 28 May 2018 - 00:08

At least a couple of these have a very painting-like effect. And that IR version looks extra cold!

#4 OlDoinyo


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Posted 28 May 2018 - 03:23

All interesting color variations. The last one has a bit of chronochromic fringing in the sky area and a curiously tropical look. The IR version has quite the opposite effect.