Sony DSC-V3 infrared

Some more images created with the Sony DSC-V3 and an infrared filter.  The available light was very low so really I should have removed the neutral density filter that I use with this combination but I didn’t and so the image sharpness suffered for it as I ended up with shutter speeds in the 1/4 second range while handholding the camera.  There is no excuse for laziness, at least that’s how I think the saying goes but you can always claim that that was the look you wanted.


One Response to “Sony DSC-V3 infrared”

  • Nikhil Ramkarran Says:

    Of course you meant for it to come out that way. It’s an expression of the undertainty both of man’s place in the world, the longevity of his creations; and of the undoubted impact for good or bad, beauty or ugliness. :)

    Seriously though, it does fit the mood of the finished images to have a degree of (intentional ;) technical imperfection.

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