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Jun 17, 2008 03:46 |  #1

tried a few shots on a wedding with my IR cam.... what do you think?

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Jun 17, 2008 07:53 |  #2

I think there very nice but i would have liked her dress and there legs not to be cropped out, other then that they re very good.


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Jun 17, 2008 13:42 |  #3

thanks, I actually have the top one not cropped still... but the bottom one, I felt the legs scattered my attention. i could be wrong.


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Jun 17, 2008 13:48 |  #4
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L-O-V-E them!!! Awesome job dude!


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Jun 19, 2008 18:56 |  #5

The ir photo itself looks great, but doesn't go well with the kind of event this is. It has a grim feel to it, like they're going off to a funeral. Weddings should be more happy.


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Jun 19, 2008 19:31 as a reply to  @ macro_shooter's post |  #6

LOL..... Funeral or wedding ??... good question. A bride with the funeral guys.

I like No. 1, cool effect, should try something like that sometime.


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Jun 19, 2008 19:44 |  #7

macro_shooter wrote in post #5755122 (external link)
The ir photo itself looks great, but doesn't go well with the kind of event this is. It has a grim feel to it, like they're going off to a funeral. Weddings should be more happy.

like the look because it's different, very different, but it does have a feel about it like ^ Macro_shooter said.
- except i thought those guys out in front in the top image look like Agent Smith(s) walking toward Neo to beat him up - oh, and a random bride in the foreground for that random extra 'weddingy' goodness.


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Jun 19, 2008 19:50 |  #8

The second picture is awesome!


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Jun 19, 2008 21:41 |  #9

I like the effect of the IR on the shots here.. Nice..


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Jun 20, 2008 13:25 as a reply to  @ Lunajen's post |  #10

I usually hate IR but really love it's look in #1. Nicely done!


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Jun 20, 2008 13:38 |  #11

#1 is cool, too bad the dress is cut off.


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Jun 20, 2008 23:30 |  #12

Hmm.. maybe it's time for me to convert my XTI over to IR..


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Jun 22, 2008 00:55 |  #13

Great Idea and unique for a sales pitch.


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Jun 22, 2008 08:02 |  #14

Very cool image. Love the concept. BTW who converted the XT. And if you dont mind, the cost.


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