New Jersey Nature Photography: Beaver Pond in Infrared

Before family holiday obligations yesterday, I did sneak out for a couple of quick hours of Christmas morning photography.  Below is a handheld Infrared shot.  Technically speaking, it is a UV + Infrared Spectrum photo.  I initially set up the tripod for this scenic capture, but the legs of the tripod cast a distinct shadow in the foreground.  Only solution was to shoot handheld, not necessarily an easy task with the increased exposure times occurring after the visible light spectrum has been removed.  Out of about 15 frames, and very tightly bracing the camera I got one or two critically sharp frames at ISO 400.

NJ Nature Photo

A scenic #nature capture taken at Wildcat Ridge WMA in #NewJersey. Photo taken with the Infrared-converted Olympus PEN E-PL2 camera and the #Tamron 14-150mm Di III lens.

Exposure settings: 1/6s F/8.0 ISO 400, 14mm

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