26 Feb I Now Know Where This Is
Source: The Lightweight Photographer
Last week I shared an infrared image that I’d recently found on my hard drive, but which wasn’t in my image library. This week I’m sharing another image that I shot a short distance from the last one. In fact, if you look at last week’s image, you can see this tree about 100m behind the first.
The good news is that after a search of my hard drive, I turned up some other images (infrared and normal) which were taken on the same day as this one. Better still, I recognise some of the mountains where these shots were taken. Given it’s a three-hour drive from my house, I think it’s a safe bet this and last week’s images are also from the area around Wastwater in the Lake District.
This image was shot using a Panasonic Lumix GX1 camera which I’d had converted to shoot Infrared using a 720nm filter. The lens is an Olympus 12-40 at 12mm. It’s a handheld exposure of 1/160” at f/7.1 and ISO160. I then made the black and white conversion using On1 Photo RAW 2021 where I also applied a couple of effects filters (Dynamic Contrast and Glow).
Recently I’ve been using On1 Photo RAW (affiliate link) more and I’m finding I like the results I can achieve. It appears to
I Now Know Where This Is posted on The Lightweight Photographer on .
Read the full article on The Lightweight PhotographerHome