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Smoking Towers


Another infrared photo from my little outing last week.

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]Smoking Towers by ]Tony Sellen, on Flickr

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Great photo, though I wouldn't know it was IR if you hadn't stated it. Lack of green trees I guess.
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Or white trees ;-)

There certainly is more to infrared photography than crazy colours and effects. The strong blacks that IR produces are great to work with.

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Yep. Liking the composition of this one and the clarity is superb. I would never have put it down as being an IR shot either. Very interesting.

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Have to agree with above comments.
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filter or converted?

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Cheers lads.

Its a converted D7000.

Going to sell my converted D70s if anyones interested.

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Sorry to disagree with some of the comments, i think (Know) there was probably a better composition to be had, the foreground is too busy and distracting for my tastes. Technically however excellent,
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I'm going to have to disagree with you Alan. I think the composition here is very clever and Tony has brought to bear a thoughful eye.

To me, I see the city buildings 'mirrored' in the smaller standing stones and I would hazard a guess that that is what Tony had in mind when he took it (maybe I'm just being artsy-fartsy luvvies) emoticon .

In hindsight, I think it could stand the loss of the pole sticking out of the water on the left hand side.

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Appreciate the input Alan. It is what i was going for tho. While my camera was set up taking a long exposure that will have a clean smooth foreground i thought id spend the 6 minuets looking for other compositions with my IR camera. Saw this pool with the reflection and the poles and loved it straight away. (Ive done similar with the poles and buildings up closer to Tower Bridge)
A little more reflection could have worked better maybe but then it would have been even more busy.

Cheers Steve.
I did lose the pole on the left at first but i like the bird on top so it ended up staying.

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