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For me, looking at monochrome IR images tends to be an emotional experience, something different from the usual concept of 'impact'. I am sorry, but this image does not qualify, it's boring and says nothing to me.

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I quite like it, though suspect I would like it even more as a conventional B&W.

I think one of the recurring issues that I am having is a sense of things being slightly blurred and 'splodgy', ususally in the tree foliage where there is presumably some movement blur, but here is it seen in the grass and even in the surface of the field - I am not sure whether it is a crop or an earth seedbed.

Am I correct in assuming that in digital IR where you use a filter you are compelled to use long exposures, whereas in a converted film camera the exposure lengths are fairly normal?
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I think one of the recurring issues that I am having is a sense of things being slightly blurred and 'splodgy', ususally in the tree foliage where there is presumably some movement blur, but here is it seen in the grass and even in the surface of the field - I am not sure whether it is a crop or an earth seedbed.




It's not the foliage that is blurry, it's the fence wire in the foreground. Used too narrow a DOF setting with my 24-70. should have used a wide angle but I needed to zoom in on the tree (it was quite far away). There was little or no wind and sunny (perfect conditions for the IR filter. I'm not sure how this would have turned out with a coverted camera. Perhaps totally different.

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quote:

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For me, looking at monochrome IR images tends to be an emotional experience, something different from the usual concept of 'impact'. I am sorry, but this image does not qualify, it's boring and says nothing to me.

Norman



feel the same - I much prefer your Mono images Steven

That is not to discourage you, I'm sure you will keep the coming and like your mono images your ,particular style will flourish

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Very nice.

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Keep them coming Steven, I love the look if IR images

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Thanks, Martin, I plan too.

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