The view from the Allegheny Front Hawk Watch is worth the trip whether you see hawks or not, especially on a perfect day like this one. Taken with a Fuji IS Pro UVIR DSLR. The camera is discontinued, but can still be purchased on Amazon at the moment. This was taken with a 590nm “Goldie” IR-pass filter. I like this filter because I can still see through the lens to compose; stronger IR filters are not easy to see through.
I process these by importing the Fuji RAW file via ufraw in Gimp. I switch the red and blue channels. Then I send it back to Aperture as a TIF where I tweak the colors to something eye-catching. I do find myself fighting the camera for proper focus (a common issue with infrared photography), so this is as big of an image size as I dare show you. Image taken in September.
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