March 1st, 2014 was a cloudy & dark day in Houston area, but randomly, the sun escaped the clouds at times for 15-second long or so. I made my third 40-mile trip to the school and waited. Finally, I've got a few shots with the abandoned school as subject to test the performance of my aged Canon EOS 20D after it has been permanently converted to a InfraRed camera.
This picture is a result of the conversion done by a professional in Harrison, Arkansas.
There are several labs that you can contact online to do the work for you, but since my camera has been taken care properly, quickly including surgical packaging and shipping back, I recommended a dear friend in Toronto, Canada to him as the next customer, and will send him the third one from Houston Photo Club soon. All those efforts are just my way to show him my appreciations for his expertise.
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nicol_g (859) 2014-03-02 12:12
I was curious about what would buildings look like in IR, as I am more familiar with landscapes as subject for IR photography.
I like what you got here, Thanh: the facades nicely lit, and the clouds adding an interesting dimension to the scene. Your effort was worth!
- Copyright: Ngy Thanh (ngythanh) (8580)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Black & White
- Date Taken: 2014-03-01
- Categories: Ruins
- Camera: Canon EOS 20D converted to IR, Canon EF 22-55mm f/1:4-5.6 Ultrasonic, RAW @ ISO 400
- Exposure: f/16, 1/640 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2014-03-02 2:38