Bolinao, Pangasinan

Patar, Bolinao on Infrared Light

D A T E : NOVEMBER 11, 2012
L O C A T I O N : ROCK VIEW RESORT, PATAR, BOLINAO, PANGASINAN, ILOCOS REGION, PHILIPPINES

C A M E R A : NIKON D80
L E N S : TOKINA 11-16MM F/F2.8
F I L T E R : 77MM IRSHOP INFRARED FILTER
M O U N T : BENRO TRAVEL ANGEL TRIPOD
L I G H T : AMBIENT
S E T T I N G S : MANUAL MODE | ISO100 | 15 SEC | F/4
P O S T - P R O C E S S I N G N O T E S : CURVES, COLOR INVERT, PHOTO FILTER



Most hardcore landscape photographers I know wouldn’t be caught dead shooting during the hot midday hours. They say that the light is too strong and the shadows too harsh. What you’d see them do, besides take a siesta, is screw on their infrared filters and shoot IR photographs.

The best time to shoot these kinds of images is during the time when they say it’s not advisable to take a photograph.

For a full account of my travels in Bolinao, please visit Lakad Pilipinas.



6 comments:

  1. www.blissfulguro.comJune 8, 2013 at 10:17 PM

    galing! as usual...

    who sets the rules? i don't believe in those :)

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  2. Salamat!

    Pero relax lang ma'am Carla! It's more like an unwritten rule, ang pangit kasi ng bagsak ng araw pag tanghali. :)

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  3. www.blissfulguro.comJune 8, 2013 at 10:28 PM

    onga. sabi ng prof ko dati between 10-3 daw olats :)

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  4. Yun nga rin sabi nila, pero matigas lang talaga ang ulo ko haha

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  5. I have a question, have you ever experienced that hotspot on infrared on an 11-16 before? This what keeps me from going infrared because of that hotspot in my lens. and if you did, what did you do to correct it?

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  6. I always do Jace. The only solution is to correct it during post processing using color filters

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