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  1. Mal Holmes

    The Lost Garden of Llandygai

    For this shot, in a glen close to Bangor/North Wales I was using a Lumix m.4/3 Full Spectrum conversion, with a Heliopan 780nm external filter, to allow me a little less hard contrast than a full 830nm filter (my favourite filter), as the lighting was filtering through a large tree to the right...
  2. Mal Holmes

    Australia...

    On a visit to Western Australia... This image entitled 'Yanchep' was taken on a Full Spectrum conversion, with a B+W (Schott glass) #093 external filter, for a deep contrast style, and edited in PS6.
  3. Mal Holmes

    Venice

    Just a few more weeks, before I get to my beloved Venice once again... sorry I haven't posted for a long time... I'll make sure I post more often. 90% of my images, taken these days are Infrared (B&W + colour), on cameras converted by myself... Although I own many IR cameras, this is from one...
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    Lets Shoot some Badgers

    I'm off on a Badger night shoot, in a month or so... Although I can get shots from my cameras in a low lux, up until perhaps 8-9.pm. any time after that it looks like I'll have to use I.R. Flash and cable release.... I haven't made an I.R. Flash in 30+ years and when I did I was using I.R. film...
  5. Mal Holmes

    Panasonic LX5 extended flash options

    One of my down issues with serious compacts is the lack of flexibility with the pop-up flash. Although we can adjust the ISO to push the capabilities, it is still somewhat limited. When I heard that the LX3 & D-lux 4 had included a flash shoe, I was extremely happy, but I held out for the...
  6. Mal Holmes

    Micro 4/3 Lumix GF1 and LX5 usera

    Hi..... Have any of you got the Live Viewfinder (DMW-LVF1) to go with your Lumix. Before I rush out and get one, I would be grateful of some initial thoughts on the item.... for example viewing the screen resolution, the diopter adjustment, and the displayed info... Many thanks.... Mal.
  7. Mal Holmes

    Hi from Liverpool / UK

    Hi... Found my way to this Forum quite by chance... but very impressed by the information on here. I find there are too many 'photographers' who downcry serious smaller cameras, but this must be through a mere lack of investigation into these little gems. I started photography (amateur) in the...
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