Wordy Wednesday #114 “ On the Rim”

IR.Rim

As most of you know by now, I’m not a landscape photographer but really enjoy the look that comes from digital infrared photography when making images line this one with an old Canon EOS SLR that I had converted by LifePixel. This image was made at Bryce Canyon National Park with the IR-converted camera and Tamron’s wonderful but no longer available 11-18mm  f/4.5-5.6 Di-II LD Aspherical lens (at 18mm.) The RAW file exposure was 1/160 sec at f/16 and ISO 400 handheld, pointing out the major advantage of using a IR converted camera—no tripod required.

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Author: Joe Farace

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