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    Infrared cemetery pics

    Yesterday I went to Glenwood Cemetery near downtown Houston. I used my Nikon D300 that I had converted to do infrared photography. The last shot is where Howard Hughes is buried.


















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    Re: Infrared cemetery pics

    Super cool and very creepy.
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    very nice
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    Re: Infrared cemetery pics

    These convey a lot of tone and are unique. Very cool.

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    Re: Infrared cemetery pics

    Infrared film, or simply an effect?

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    Re: Infrared cemetery pics

    Very cool. Great stylization.
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    Re: Infrared cemetery pics

    Quote Originally Posted by Baham View Post
    Infrared film, or simply an effect?
    It's a digital camera that's been fitted with a filter in front of the sensor that filters out visible light and only lets infrared light pass. You can't get infrared film anymore.

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    Re: Infrared cemetery pics

    I like seeing photos in colors the human eye cannot detect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeikoAutomatic_01 View Post
    It's a digital camera that's been fitted with a filter in front of the sensor that filters out visible light and only lets infrared light pass. You can't get infrared film anymore.
    you can still get BW infrared. In fact I got eight rolls in the fridge.

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    Rollei IR400

    Ilford also makes SFX, a sort of pseudo IR film

    Anyways, after seeing your images I'm kicking myself for selling my old D200. I should have sent if off for conversion.
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    Re: Infrared cemetery pics

    what? no ghosts or dead souls flying around? :D
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