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    My first IR shots! Pls excuse my handheld slow shutter speed with some blurness. Should have taken with a tripod. Pls Comment..

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    Very nice shots, care to share your shooting data?

    Any post processing done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by teerex
    Very nice shots, care to share your shooting data?

    Any post processing done?
    Yes the data is in my pbase photo gallery under Infrared Gallery.

    Yes, there's some processing done too. Thanks!

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    I like your Chinatown and Infra Red Gallery

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    Hi Teerex,
    nice try

    Some comments:

    If the 2nd shot is wider it would be better, I find that the first tree should not have it's top cropped.

    Must use tripod....

    Seems like there are a lot of hotpixels. Is it because the DC was left sw on for a long time under the sun?

    The last shot I like
    Last edited by ark19; 23rd August 2003 at 11:27 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ark19
    Hi Teerex,
    nice try

    Some comments:

    If the 2nd shot is wider it would be better, I find that the first tree should not have it's top cropped.

    Must use tripod....

    Seems like there are a lot of hotpixels. Is it because the DC was left sw on for a long time under the sun?
    Hi Thanks for the comments! I noticed abt the hot pixels too. Hmm.. I have no ideas why the hot pixels but normally wouldn't appear. Is it possible to have what u said like sw on for long time under the sun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by teerex
    I like your Chinatown and Infra Red Gallery
    Thanks! Actually trying to improve my DC color and sharpness in Chinatown Tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokrot
    Hi Thanks for the comments! I noticed abt the hot pixels too. Hmm.. I have no ideas why the hot pixels but normally wouldn't appear. Is it possible to have what u said like sw on for long time under the sun?
    Once I had forgotten to sw off DC and place it into camera bag.
    later when i took it out, it was very warm. The results? Hotpixels

    I suggest that when taking ir shots in warm weather, try to limit the time when the DC is sw on. Sw it off whenever u r walking to another location.

    Wonder if a cpu hotsink+fan can be attached to DC.....
    Joking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ark19
    Once I had forgotten to sw off DC and place it into camera bag.
    later when i took it out, it was very warm. The results? Hotpixels

    I suggest that when taking ir shots in warm weather, try to limit the time when the DC is sw on. Sw it off whenever u r walking to another location.

    Wonder if a cpu hotsink+fan can be attached to DC.....
    Joking!
    Ya I rememeber now, the camera that day was extremely hot. esp near the battery compartment..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokrot
    Ya I rememeber now, the camera that day was extremely hot. esp near the battery compartment..
    Actually, my first DC C700UZ could take very good IR pics. Even handheld.... Miss it

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