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This was taken when I went up to Harvey bay for three days at the beginning of December. I had waited about seven weeks for an IR filter and picked it up the day I left. I only got a chance to take a few shots and the exposures were way out, I was pretty happy with this one as a starting point. Still so much to learn! (like how to get rid of the hot spot)

Canon 450D Hoya R72 and polarising filters (not CP) ISO100 F7.1 74sec

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450d, canon, infrared, ir, jetty, pier

Comments

  • rosson1
    rosson1over 5 years ago

    Good angle man:)

  • H Maria Perry
    H Maria Perryover 5 years ago

    The composition is awesome!

  • Ushna Sardar
    Ushna Sardarover 5 years ago

    beautiful capture!! huggles

  • linda858100
    linda858100over 5 years ago

    EXCELLENT

  • DApixara
    DApixaraover 5 years ago

    Incredibly beautiful!

  • Tony4th
    Tony4thover 5 years ago

    VERY VERY FANTASTIC WORK

  • Pascale Baud
    Pascale Baudover 5 years ago

    There is a challenge for your image Vanishing Points
    I think ;)

  • Thanks so much for that PB, I have joined the group and entered this :-)

    – Matt Penfold

  • Pascale, I thought you might like to know that after you told me about the vanishing points challenge I told bensound about it when I saw his image cracked he entered and won the challenge, so you deserve a big thank you.

    – Matt Penfold

  • Alf Caruana
    Alf Caruanaover 5 years ago

    wonderful and very effective image

  • Thanks so much Alf, I’m blown away by your work, amazing :-)

    – Matt Penfold

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 5 years ago

    The hot spot is the bane of all IR photography! Love the contrasts here though Matt, looks great!

  • Thanks Mel, I’m thinking maybe a feathered circular mask to somehow pull out the purpley colour in the middle. I still have much to learn about photo manipulation.

    – Matt Penfold

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 5 years ago

    That’d work, on occasions….it’d be better if you didn’t get the bloom – easier said than done…

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