In a rush to pack bags and head out the door I left with only one of my cameras – the 5D mark II which has been converted to IR. Normally this is not a problem…..except the weather in The BM’s can go from lovely and sunny one minute to being a complete fog white out the next which can, and does quite often, last ALL day. Well, it was exactly to form, sunny in the morning followed by misty fog from about 9:30am onwards. Oh well, I needed to spend some time with the IR converted 5D anyway so a good opportunity presented itself.
This was taken out the back of Blackheath overlooking the Grose Valley. Basically straight from camera with slight sharpen and drop back of temperature.
Hand-held IR converted Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Canon Lens EF 15 mm f2.8 Fisheye
Focal length 15 mm (19.5mm equivalent @ 1.3 crop)
Exposure 1/50 sec
Exposure compensation: – 0.00 step.
Picture mode: Standard
ISO – 50
Shooting mode – manual
Metering mode – Pattern
White Balance – Manual
Early morning light.
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Thanks for looking.