Mission Hills Creek

© Gary Lange

Mission Hills Creek

Uploaded: January 03, 2011

Description

f8, 1/250th sec., ISO 400. Taken with a modified Nikon D70 for infared. Edited in Capture NX2. Taken on the Oak Creek trail, San Diego, CA 30 November 2010.

Exif: F Number: 8, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 8/1000 seconds, Flash: did not fire., White balance: Manual white balance, FocalLength: 35.00 mm, Model: NIKON D70

Comments

Jeff Robinson level-deluxe January 03, 2011

A fantastic IR capture Gary! Jeff #1340922

Michelle Smith January 03, 2011

Fantastic, makes it look like a dream. The person really makes it look a bit Alien and un-natural even more. Really love how the bushes pop so much now.
Which I had time to get out and play with my IR filter. You have inspired me, once again
#9140768

David Phalen January 03, 2011

A perfectly composed and captured IR Image!! Very well done Gary!! #9140973

Shelly A. Van Camp level-classic January 03, 2011

Nice capture and effects, Gary...I have tried that filter but never looked good. #9141030

Gary Lange January 04, 2011

Thanks, Shelly and David! This is actually taken with a modified D70, no extra filter required. #9142466

Amalia Sylvia Arriaga Salinas level-classic January 04, 2011

Beautiful image and effects Gary!,
Amalia #9143111

Carla Capra level-classic January 06, 2011

Amazing and unique image, Gary.
I really admire the unnatural feel to this.
;) CC #9146311

Arthur Bohlmann January 06, 2011

Nice image, congratulations on your EP #9146353

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