Candle and Lens
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domer2760

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Doing some experimentation with IR photography by candlelight. Mounted the D700/24-120 f/4 combination on the tripod and placed a taper in front of the lens. Had to use a lot of negative exposure compensation to tame the glare. It was interesting to note that the two leftmost flame images are inverted and are getting larger. This is probably a reflection from the mirror that is making its way back through the lens.
· Date: Tue 29-January-2013 · Views: 364 · Filesize: 57.9KB, 68.2KB · Dimensions: 804 x 804 ·
Keywords: Candle, infrared, lens, reflection
Camera: D90IR (&20nm)
Lens & Filters: 105mm f/2.8 VR
Film and/or ISO: 320
Aperture: f/11 -2.7EV
Shutter speed: 1/100 sec
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Additional Categories: Infrared images
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