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Budapest - IR XIV Leopard (Budapest Noir) by DimensionSeven Budapest - IR XIV Leopard (Budapest Noir) by DimensionSeven
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2013.11.07, Duna Tower, Budapest, Hungary.

Nikon D90-IR - 10-24 @ 11 mm - f/8 - 1/10 sec - iso 200 - B+W 093 - NEF - Capture NX 2.2.6 - PS/CS6

After the positive outcome of my experiments with the Lee Big Stopper and the B+W 093 (830nm) infrared filters combined, I tried to use this setup for modern buildings. I don't know Budapest too well, so I took inspiration from kgeri and arbebuk - I hereby officially thank them for their tips on locations.

As for this shot, it's one half of a twin photo. Same composition (tripod), one with fast shutter speed (1/20 sec is "fast"), one about 10 stops slower (~3 minutes). They look cool next to each other - like a leopard and a zebra...

Budapest - IR XIV Leopard (Budapest Noir) by DimensionSevenBudapest - IR XV Zebra (Budapest Noir) by DimensionSeven

More "Budapest Noir" shots:

Budapest - I (Budapest Noir) by DimensionSevenBudapest - IR XI (Budapest Noir) by DimensionSevenBudapest - IR XII (Budapest Noir) by DimensionSevenBudapest - IR XIII (Budapest Noir) by DimensionSeven

You can find the whole series and even more infrared shots from me here!

Check out the rest of my gallery! :gallery:

Disclaimer: This photograph is not stock. You are not allowed to use my work in any way.


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:iconrevscrj:
revscrj Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014   General Artist
While I have seen this concept before, this is a very stunning example of it.  +fav
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DimensionSeven Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014
What concept do you mean? :)
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revscrj Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014   General Artist
The use of skyscrapers to reflect particularly clear air sky with high cumulous clouds.  Dont quote me on that cloud type :D
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:icondimensionseven:
DimensionSeven Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014
I see. I thought you've ment using infrared for that. ;)
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revscrj Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014   General Artist
Speaking of which: is there an advantage using IR in this particular pic?  I've never used it  so Im unfamiliar with the film, only the principles of the light wavelength zone.
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DimensionSeven Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014
Yes, much better dynamic range and contrast, no haze.
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revscrj Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014   General Artist
Excellent, thank you for the info.  This explains a bit of the aforementioned 'stunning' quality I noted.
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Lonely-black-cat Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014
fantastic view, I lose the building in the sky.
Thank you for sharing this photo with us!
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DimensionSeven Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014
:highfive:
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lomatic Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Great!
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davincipoppalag Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
very surreal
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