Monthly Archives: August 2014

Image: Richmond and river boats

First real play with 590n, Richmond upon Thames today.

Modified Olympus e-PL2 520n sensor filter. Colour swapped R<>B and a little desaturation to toe down the bright yellow.

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A comparison of 590n Infrared, non channel mixed (straight out of the camera) on the left and the swapped version (just red and blue swapped) to get the blue sky, on the right.

Image: Me

People at 590n, no adjustment. The T-shirt is black in visible light.

First test of the newly acquired e-PL2, with a 590n sensor filter. Image has just been colour swapped (using GIMP, mixing the usual red and blue channels)

An overcast day, but still get the colour levels introduced. This is going to be fun.

New camera

Hurrah, found another converted M4/3rds camera second-hand – an old model Olympus e-PL2, this time modified with a 590n sensor filter.

Want to try more colour and mixing visible light than the 720n camera I have now; plus am hoping that portraits are less albino alien vampires (but still keeping an little of the ‘strange’).

Image: Hervey Bay Beach

Hervey Bay, Australia.

Modified Olympus e-PL1, 720n sensor filter.

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Image: Hervey Bay

Hervey Bay jetty.

Modified Olympus e-PL1, 720 sensor filter.

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Image: Landy Disco

Our trusted “Landy Disco” on Seventy Five Mile beach.

Modified Olympus e-PL1, 720 sensor filter.

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Image: Indian Head

Views from Indian Head, Fraser Island.

Modified Olympus e-PL1, 720 sensor filter.

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