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Lake district path


Taken on weeks break in the lake district, I decided to shoot mainly infrared images as a project for something quite different than the normal, more to follow when I got the time.

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Re: Lake district path


That looks very much like one of Martin Henson's images. It is in the composition.. emoticon

Is this film?
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Re: Lake district path


Thanks TOby, no its not film it was taken with a IR converted digital camera, I added film grain

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Its funny, I think grain is in some ways indispensible to IR. I guess that is because IR was often extremely grainy back in the days of film and converted cameras.
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