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Saturday, September 03, 2005

More IR Fun

Phuket IR
Originally uploaded by Terz.

Couple more shots from Phuket. Just for the heck of it. Top picture was taken just after I'd exited from the minivan - the bit of 'blown-ness' near the top and bottom edges is the condensation from the temperature change.

Next shot was when the camera was bit warmer.

Phuket IR 2
Originally uploaded by Terz.

Shots were taken at the Khao Lak Nature Reserve. Great place for hiking and other activities to do with nature, including fighting with a gibbon over your food.

And the little restaurant that overlooks the bay - heavenly. Great food too.


  • At 2:32 PM, September 06, 2005, Blogger Neil said…

    Dude - I thought the 10D had a pre-CMOS IR filter to remove light in the IR wavelength before it got to the sensor - resulting in low IR sensitivity (see post by xenopuss http://www.videouniversity.com/forum/Video_University_Forums_C1/Canon_XL1/GL1_F9/DEAD_GL-1!!_P41454/)

    I am curious - I have read the posts on how to manually remove this filter - but I can't imagine you doing this (think screwdriver and scalpel within 2mm of your CMOS - eek and shudder) - so how are you doing it? slow shutter speeds? relying on increased IR and UV from depleted ozone layer?

    Mr "curious" Burton

  • At 2:35 PM, September 06, 2005, Blogger Terz said…

    Uh, yep, no fiddling around that which brings the bacon home.

    Just a lot of Photoshop work: colour channels, blurring, adding of noise... Can show you next time.

  • At 2:36 PM, September 06, 2005, Blogger Neil said…

    Sorry I did mean the 10D not the D10!!!



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