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Photographic Giants Do Battle, All Over A Tiny Little Flower.

Discussion in 'Black and White' started by YouVIart, Oct 10, 2014.

  1. YouVIart

    YouVIart Mu-43 Regular

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    Kingdom Of Wessex
    Novoflex looks on, as Heliopan and Jessop fight to the death of the Sun's light. Or it started raining, so I packed up and trudged home.
    Andrea-U / Andrea-more-or-less-U filter, with BG38 and 80A filters. 80A is a very cheap and common filter, capable of ridding most IR from any Andrea-U photo.
     

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  2. agentlossing

    agentlossing Mu-43 Hall of Famer

    Jun 26, 2013
    Andrew Lossing
    I saw the title and thought, man, that's a weird title, but it didn't prepare me for the images, which are even weirder when you're not expecting them. Yet, totally cool!
     
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  3. YouVIart

    YouVIart Mu-43 Regular

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    Thanks, I think that's the best reply I've had, this year at very least.
     
  4. YouVIart

    YouVIart Mu-43 Regular

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    Daisy, In The Ultraviolet Shade.

    Andrea-U daisies, hot and cold.
    The daisy to the right, has the IR leak of the Andrea-Useless filter.
    The daisy to the left, has the IR leak plugged to form the Andrea-Useful filter.
     

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  5. kds315

    kds315 Mu-43 Regular

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    I prefer the BG38 ;-)
     
  6. YouVIart

    YouVIart Mu-43 Regular

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    80A filters are the peoples IR blocking filters, in this example. They're cheap and common, like the people :¬)