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Man I miss Chicago, awesome photos man. Oh and Disko, that picture was taken from a railroad bridge that goes over 45. You have to park behind an abandoned warehouse off a tiny dead end street called Glaser Drive.
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Old Posted Jun 11, 2012, 12:35 AM
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Great shots all! That Trube Castle is something else, lloks like a building out of a Dr Suess book...

Here's some of that 10:30 blue hour.


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i stayed at that hotel next door to the princess 2 yrs ago good times. also those have a nice film look to them nice
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Old Posted Jun 11, 2012, 5:56 AM
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Old Posted Jun 11, 2012, 8:12 PM
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i stayed at that hotel next door to the princess 2 yrs ago good times. also those have a nice film look to them nice
Ahhh, the Commercial. I used to drink in there quite a bit backwhen I lived just off the Ave. Fantastic live blues in there every night.
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Old Posted Jun 12, 2012, 9:42 PM
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Love your shots Toyota of that coastline, what a beautiful place.


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Cheers...nice pics from all above with those new Nikon cameras.

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Tis an old d70nikon converted to an infrared camera George,the filter they put in retains a small bit of colour like light browns,blues,yellows but the greens are total white.I havent touched the W.B setting otherwise I would get the mostly "red" infrared image.
Here is a s.o.o.c shot...

Editing is auto levels,swapping red and blue channels and then usual ajustments.
Cost me 225sterling for the conversion and sensor cleaning,was recieved converted and posted in a few hours.
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Love this one. I hit this spot once but this is way cooler.

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Old Posted Jun 15, 2012, 6:08 PM
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Tis an old d70nikon converted to an infrared camera George,the filter they put in retains a small bit of colour like light browns,blues,yellows but the greens are total white.I havent touched the W.B setting otherwise I would get the mostly "red" infrared image.
Here is a s.o.o.c shot...

Editing is auto levels,swapping red and blue channels and then usual ajustments.
Cost me 225sterling for the conversion and sensor cleaning,was recieved converted and posted in a few hours.
Thanks for the details. The infrared conversion produces a very unique effect.
I can't say I've ever seen anything like it.
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