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Night Vision by Den McKervey

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Another experiment with IR, messing about with hue and saturation was able to create what I think looks like night vision. As far as I know night vision is possible due to infra red. I then thought it would be fun to add the goggle pov. The shot was originally taken in the abandoned Bangour Village Hospital, Edinburgh, Scotland around dusk and the longitude and latitude are the actual map co-ordinates of the village :)

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Started taking photos and playing about with Photoshop in May 2011 when my good friend Don Alexander Lumsden gave me his old camera on what we’ll call ‘a long-term loan’ ;) What I didnt realise at the time was that the camera came with a walking, talking instruction manual and encyclopedia of photography!

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  • Den McKervey
    Den McKerveyalmost 3 years ago

  • Jari Hudd
    Jari Huddalmost 3 years ago

    This is cool Den!! Great work!

  • Thanks Jari, was fun to do :)

    – Den McKervey

  • MartinJohnson
    MartinJohnsonalmost 3 years ago

    Awesome

  • Cheers for your comment Martin, really glad you liked it!

    – Den McKervey

  • Steven  Sandner
    Steven Sandneralmost 3 years ago

    Beautiful location, I would just love to visit there!!! ! :)

  • Cheers Steven, it is a beautiful place in a creepy kinda way ;)

    – Den McKervey

  • Aase
    Aasealmost 3 years ago

    Great work!

  • Thank you for saying so Aase :)

    – Den McKervey

  • Azellah
    Azellahalmost 3 years ago

    Congrats on your feature :) Please enter the February Best of Features Challenge by clicking the image below. But please note: if more than one of your works is eligible for the February challenge, you can only enter one — choose your fave!

  • Cheers for the feature Azellah, really appreciated ;)

    – Den McKervey

  • loiteke
    loitekealmost 3 years ago

  • Thank you very much for featuring my work Meeli :)

    – Den McKervey

  • Noble Upchurch
    Noble Upchurchalmost 3 years ago

    Still waters run deep My Friend!!!! Such a wonderful tension and a sense of what if!!!! How I admire Your creativity!!!!!

  • Thanks Noble, the Hospital grounds were used in the movie The Jacket and this exact area was used for an entire scene :)

    – Den McKervey

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