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Great plimrn 2007-08-28 17:49

Hi Phuoc,
Your photo DOES have excellent detail in both light and shadows. I note that infrared is all the rage. I'm not sure I comprehend the reason. I look at this photo and wonder if those leaves are green or golden and if the walls are red and how the two colors look together. Glad you escaped the storm with camera intact. Wasn't this the trip where you had all the car troubles? It would have been too much to have your camera destroyed too. HLJ, Pat

Old 08-29-2007, 01:46 AM
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Default To plimrn: hi Pat

I don't know how to explain IR light, but I guess the IR reflect differently on each surface. Unlike visible light, the IR will give different looks on different surface even they have the same color to the eyes under normal lighting.
No, this is the recent trip I took on the past weekend. even we got caught under pouring rain but it's quite enjoyable. I guess we don't have the same rain in Southern Cal. are you home yet?
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So it sounds like you get more detail that you would in an ordinary B&W.

I'll be taking the train from my folks house on Thursday night.
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