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wake up in wonderland by sicknonsens wake up in wonderland by sicknonsens
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* Make: NIKON CORPORATION
* Model: NIKON D200
* Shutter Speed: 40/10 second
* F Number: F/5.6
* Focal Length: 50 mm
* ISO Speed: 320




take your time for a full view please :)
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:icongodoferg-27:
Those clouds are amazing. My eyes aren't really being drawn to anything specific, this just lets them wander around. I prefer it when there's a definate focal point, but if you've got something going here don't let me stop you.
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:iconsicknonsens:
thanks for your comment :)
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:iconausdrac:
AusDrac May 29, 2006   Photographer
I like this image. Very surreal indeed.

The cloudscape in the background and the building with its bush in front look great and in sharp focus. Unfortunately I find the three bushes to the left of the hut seem to be motion-blurred and take up most of the composition. I would have been sorely tempted to make this a portrait arrangement with just the grass, the building, its bush and lots of clouds above.

Please don't take offense from the critique I've put up here. I'm damned curious about IR images and I'm definately no expert in photography. You've obviously a talent for this work. I wouldn't mind seeing more of it.

Take care and good luck sir :salute: :D
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:iconsicknonsens:
thanks for your thoughtful comment :bow: i very appreciated!

youre right with the arrangement :nod: it would be better :)
but at this day it was very stormy :( i only want to take this and go home... the weather was also the cause of the blurry leaves :(

your word helped me

thanks :)
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:iconausdrac:
AusDrac May 29, 2006   Photographer
You're most welcome :).
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:iconmediocre-matt:
mediocre-matt May 29, 2006
That's fantastic. I love the contrast between the soft, light pink plants in the foreground and the dark, ominous clouds in the background.

That being said....I really don't understand infra-red...Is it a lens attachment or something else? I couldn't find anything on google.
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:iconsicknonsens:
check out `gilad's page... theres a journal about infra red photography...

thanks :)
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:iconmediocre-matt:
mediocre-matt May 30, 2006
Thankyou very much! That helped a lot.
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:iconblackjeanne:
BlackJeanne May 22, 2006   Traditional Artist
I don't like pink, but in this photo this colour looks gorgrous :+fav:
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