Great shot. How did you get the colors like that? Did you use photo editing software? I waited an hour for the geyser to erupt and got tired of waiting.
This shot is infrared. That's why these surreal colors. IR images on film were always black and white unless a photographer used some filters. However, in digital world the IR info is still "stored" in RGB channels. It's then up to a photographer's fantasy to mix the channels for some "recolorized" results. This is one of them ...
I have no words! ..ciao Laura R
Lukas, another one of your excellent IR shots. I don't think you used your R72 filter for this one?Did you?? If I tried this with my R72 the 5 second exposure time would blur the gyser into an unrecogniazable blob!
Thank you Paul and yes, absolutely true. This shot would be impossible with the IR filter, if you want the water look 'crisp'!
Thumping infra photo.
There are no words...Laura Raggio, "^%$@%?@#$", is all I could come up with...(lol).
Fantastic shot. And great technik.!!!
Ничего непонятно, но очень красиво
Hi Łukasz. 1st class dynamic foto
Greetings from Sopot.
wow! that's all:)
Very good photo LUKAS, Great. I like
Fantastic! Simply Excellent! LIKE & GOLDEN STAR.
Greetings from Switzerland, Arno
Absolutely great !!! - Marvelous photo !!! Hello from Athens
+++++++++++ LIKE & FAVORITE +++++++++++
Bizarre forms built into the nature of this place! Due to the content of various minerals in the water. They were building material. Greetings from Russia!
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Photo taken in Teton County, WY, USA
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