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A Visit...

Discussion in 'Night, InfraRed, and UltraViolet Photography' started by Desert Rat, Aug 12, 2009.

  1. Well made a visit over the weekend to Forest Lawn. I know, Visiting a cemetery? Well, I find that cemeteries are just the best subjects for IR photography. As for this Cemetery, it is a relatively old and well known one in the LA area...

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  2. Really nice. I shoot in cemeteries often but in B&W. I'm thinking on converting my D-80 to IR, but not sure yet if I dare.
     
  3. Very nice Eric, the statues came out very well. The next to last image is well done and really stands out against the sky.
     
  4. Thankd Gordon....
    Thanks Alex.. You really should convert one of your older DSLR.. You will get a real kick out of IR photography...
     
  5. Howdy Eric,

    Another great series, like them all, but really love the feeling the last image conveys.
     
  6. Good series, I like the first picture the best.
     
  7. milano

    milano

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    Dec 23, 2008
    Corona, CA
    They all look very nice, I especially like the last one. Seems very very eerie and mysterious.
     
  8. Great shots! Cems in IR look cool!
     
  9. Thanks..
    Thanks..
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    Thanks CraigK...
     
  10. ArtScott

    ArtScott

    Jul 11, 2009
    WICHITA, KS
    very well done!!!!
     
  11. Don't worry - the ghosts only show up on ultraviolet. :wink:
     
  12. Thanks./.
    Yep, you said it..
     
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