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rbaskin Silver Member Nikonian since 05th Feb 2007Sat 21-Sep-13 08:13 PM
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"Boscobel on the Hudson"


Ridgefield, US
          

After browsing this forum for a while, I've got a few shots I'd like to post. Comments and suggestions are welcome.

On a visit to Boscobel House and Gardens in Garrison, NY, I decided to bring my IR converted D70. The grounds overlook the Hudson River and adjacent marshes across from West Point. The first shot is facing the marshes and the river and the second is a fountain in a pond on the grounds shot from a hiking trail.

Both were processed in CNX2. The fountain is a B&W conversion, the marshes is a hue shift. I bought the D70 used and the seller thought the conversion was done by "life something" so I figured it was Life Pixel. I think it's a standard 720 conversion, but...

Ralph in CT







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Cavy2 Silver Member Awarded for her continuing willingness to keep on learning and to share her knowledge with others in the Nikonians spirit Nikonian since 02nd Aug 2006Mon 23-Sep-13 12:46 PM
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Hi Ralph,
Congrats on your camera. I'm sure you'll enjoy exploring the world of IR.
You're off to a great start. Lovely images! The water in the fountain image may be a bit overexposed. That's a tricky exposure.


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pixures Silver Member Nikonian since 24th Feb 2009Mon 23-Sep-13 06:01 PM
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Ralph,

I think #1 is very well composed with the natural framing. The exposure and processing also looks very nice with very well exposed highlights.

Have fun with your IR camera.

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DrPaul1 Silver Member Nikonian since 31st Jul 2013Mon 23-Sep-13 08:27 PM
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Ralph,

Nice job. Enjoy your new camera.

Paul

  

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domer2760 Silver Member Fellow Ribbon awarded for his frequent assistance to other members by sharing his perspective, skills and expertise, especially with infrared and macro photography. Nikonian since 23rd Oct 2010Mon 23-Sep-13 09:54 PM
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Ann Arbor, US
          

Ralph,
I agree with Kathy about number 2. Also, a longer shutter time on number 2 would have blurred the water and made it smoother. The first one is very nice.

Congrats on your camera!

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rbaskin Silver Member Nikonian since 05th Feb 2007Tue 24-Sep-13 02:02 AM
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Ridgefield, US
          

Thanks for the taking the time to comment. You're absolutely right about the blown out fountain - I grabbed a couple of quick shots where there was a clearing on the trail and this seemed to have the best lighting on the leaves. I may go back and see if I can rescue the detail on a darker version, allowing for a better fountain view.

Ralph

  

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