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DSC01364 Visible Spectrum vs NIR 6/12/07 - E view

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Vasco Pires on June 14, 2007

ah ah ah, thanks for the advice :) but I had to try anyway :) nice composition

Olivier Souliman on June 14, 2007

Thanks too, Volkan ... but too late ! I tried it on the other shot (DSC01305 2dsn Visible Spectrum vs NIR 6/12/07 - E view) : very special feeling in the eyes (and in my head too !!!)


Volkan Yuksel on June 17, 2007

OK I hope your 3D perception is still intact :D Considering the differences, It is hard to believe that these to pictures were taken at the same time. I love resolving power of IR and exceeding our visual limitations. God bless makers of H9; SONY, which made IR a possibility for me again after V1 :) Best wishes to my friends, Volkan

Dmitriy Tkachenko on November 11, 2007

I can say that 'this' do certainly have right to exist. I can say that b/c during my studies I had a military cources for aerospace intelligence.

Dmitriy Tkachenko on November 11, 2007

Volkan bey, cok guzel fotograflar, Moskva-dan selamlar, Dmitriy Tkachenko

Volkan Yuksel on November 11, 2007

Dear Dmitriy, thanks much for your comments. I am glad you liked my photos. However, I am confused a bit with your comment. What does have right to exist? I never had such military courses on aerospace intelligence. I found the resolving and penetration power of the IR like on this pair on my own while I was travelling on passenger airplanes. Chicago'dan Moskova'ya selamlar, Volkan

Dmitriy Tkachenko on November 12, 2007

Dear Volkan bey, I mean that such compositions are really very good show certain features of the land which can not be seen by eye. Second, I mean that in the past e.g. in 1980's that was possible to do using only special military or civil aerospace cameras. Now it is possible to do easier. Reagards, D.T.

Volkan Yuksel on November 12, 2007

Evangelos Gazis, I don't know what your intentions are or level of intelligence you are carrying that makes you think this exchance of opinions between people from two separate continent appears stupid to you.

If you allow me, I would like to thank Dmitriy for using his expertise to acknowledge amateur photography level that I (perhaps as the first amateur photographer) demonstrated here to rest of the world. I hope from now on this technique can have peaceful utilization when hi-tech satellite images are not so easily accessible.

Best wishes to Moscow and wherever you may be Evangelos!

Volkan Yuksel on November 12, 2007

I guess misunderstanding is not ower yet than LOL :) Evangelos, my apologies if I was impolite.

Wow you're from Greece. With the tectonic movements that we are riding on your hometown and my hometown will be next door neighbours with in couple of million years. So at this moment we better behave accordingly :)

May God of the wine be always with you. Best wishes to Greece :) Volkan

Volkan Yuksel on November 12, 2007

After seeing Nereids and Triton Mosaic in Ephesus they also become my favorite heavenly Gods. For it's time these were very convincing descriptions of the Gods. I don't know what happened to all that. Did all the members of this faith vanished in the history?

Volkan Yuksel on November 12, 2007

May I see your aerial shots? Have you done aerial IR or 3D?

Dmitriy Tkachenko on November 12, 2007

Dear Volkan bey, my aerial shots you can see at user/13687 under taeg 'Aerial views' I have never done IR at present, if you advise how to that with semiprofessional camera I will be grateful. My e-mail is

Best regards D.Tkachenko

Volkan Yuksel on December 10, 2007

Dimitriy Bey, like I stated earlier on my first message for this post, I am using SONY DSC-H9 for Infrared photography. Regards, Volkan

Ilhan Parçalı on November 1, 2008

Gözlerim sızladı şaşılıktan..Bunda pek başarılı olamadım..Emeğine sağlık..

Volkan Yuksel on November 2, 2008

Ilhan Bey, aslinda yanyana iki fotograftan olusmasina ragmen bu ciftin amaci 3 Boyutlu algilanmasindan degil. Bu fotograflar kizilotesi hava fotografinin normal hava fografiyla karsilastirilmasi icin yan yana konuldular. Sol taraftaki fotograf normal, sag taraftaki ise hemen hemen ayni yerin kizilotesi fotografi.

Farkedebilececginiz gibi normal fotografta nehir neredeyse gorunmezken, kizilotesinde ufuk cizgisine kadar oldukca detayli olarak gorulebiliyor.

Ilginize cok tesekkurler, selamlar, Volkan

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