Here are infrared pictures from my trip in Athens.
Okay, the first one is a moped. We have a lot of these over here because of good weather. Starting from May till Christmas you ride a moped and rain would be a rare event.
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I used Canon 18-55 kit lens which lacks a bit of contrast in the infrared spectrum. But the good think about is that it is compact and lightweight.
Another image with the 18-55 kit lens. We have those abandoned cars here that sit doing nothing. This is next to an abandoned car body shop if I good remember.
This is a 60mm 2.8 EF-S prime lens. It’s a very good lens, but it’s prime so need more walking to compose.
Again this is 60mm 2.8. I could not compose as I wanted because a wall was on my way.
Same 60mm 2.8.
I think I overdid the contrast a little bit in this picture.
This picture is taken with Canon 55-250 EF-S. It’s a kit lens, but it’s very sharp; something near the L lenses. This is taken on a bridge near Davaki Pindou.
A few pictures with a Canon 18-55 kit lens.
I used here 55-250 EF-S lens, near Railway Museum of Athens.
This is taken with the 18-55 kit lens next to Revoil gas station.
A kid asked me to take a photo, but I had 55-250 lens, I tried to get him into the frame, but again, a wall was in my way. This 1100D is a cropped body, so we really get 90mm out of 55mm focal length.
This is Parthenon, from a bridge near Davaki Pindou.
Another picture from the same bridge.
This is a street on a sunny day.
In the future I a m willing to give these infrared pictures to a professional to process it professionally. My image processing skills are just basic.
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