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veejaycee



Registered: February 2009
Posts: 1,659
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A month ago I bought an new X-E1 for used price (unwanted part of camera + 3 lens bundle). In the last 26 days it's been Marble Falls, Arkansas to be converted to 590nm infrared and it arrived home today. Postage time from posting to leaving Heathrow and return from Heathrow to my home totaled 32 hours by Royal Mail. Time in post via USPS in USA from airport to PO box and return to airport 14.5 days. Big up to Royal mail - boo hiss to USPS. Smile
Anyway the camera was converted to 590nm which means I can shoot handheld as these are, or I can add my R72 (720nm) to the lens or 850nm BW or 655nm to the front of the lens and still shoot handheld.
· Date: Wed April 27, 2016 · Views: 220 ·
Keywords: Infrared, West Norwood cemetery
Camera Make / Model: Fuji X-E1, 590nm IR converted
Lens Make / Focal Length: 14mm, f8 @ 1/200, ISO 200
State / County / Area Image Taken: West Norwood cemetery
Country Image Taken
United Kingdom
Processing Software Applications Used
LR6, PS

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janper44

Registered: December 2009
Posts: 3,672
Wed April 27, 2016 1:18am

Wonderful color and detail in your cemetery infrared. The contrast between the color of your infrared composition and the black background color of the viewing page serves to make the various elements of the picture stand out strongly.


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