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July 21, 2009
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Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D40
Shutter Speed
1/10 second
Aperture
F/5.0
Focal Length
18 mm
ISO Speed
400
Date Taken
Jul 17, 2009, 11:46:36 AM
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Green River Infrared 2 by GothicAmethyst Green River Infrared 2 by GothicAmethyst
Infrared. Hoya RM72 and Nikon D40
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:iconalexisphotoart:
AlexisPhotoart Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2009
Amazing!!!!
I love the infrared pics!!
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GothicAmethyst Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2009  Professional Photographer
Thank you!! :)
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dalvarez-v Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Outstading!!!!
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:icongothicamethyst:
GothicAmethyst Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2009  Professional Photographer
Thank you!
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:iconxdustyx:
xDustyx Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2009
You have more of these!
They are amazing! Seriously!
How do you make them white like this?
That isn't natural, is it?

Stunning.
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:icongothicamethyst:
GothicAmethyst Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2009  Professional Photographer
lol I love your enthusiasm...makes me feel good :) Anyway, yeah I have several because currently I'm irrevocably addicted to infrared. It's not that hard, but has a good learning curve and you have to have an 'eye' for it. Not everything looks good in infrared. I have a page on my website about how to do it. Go to the Questions and Answers page of [link] as for the cameras I'm using: Canon S5IS, Canon A70 and currently my latest work with a Nikon D40. Check out the page on my website, and if you have more questions contact me and I'll help you :)
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xDustyx Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2009
Okay, cool, thank you.
Yeah, I can't really do it, I don't have anything like that except ISO and WB on my camera. lol
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:icongothicamethyst:
GothicAmethyst Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2009  Professional Photographer
Hey, no problem! Yeah it's easiest if you have manual. Iso, white balance and the ability to control exposure time are needed. Then you'd have to see if the camera is sensitive to infrared and buy the filter...you can look it up online to see if yours is before buying a filter.
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