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Peterborough Cathedral from the North East

By dwilkin
Went up to Peterborough Cathedral today, as it's somewhere I've meaning to revisit for a while, and I wanted to test the IR camera against some architecture.

This was taken with my Sigma 10-20 lens, which the company that does the conversions says has problems with IR work - I can't see it, myself...

Tags: Mono Infrared Architecture Cathedral Peterborough Black and white

Voters: Hurstbourne, cdavis, pronabk

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cdavis 8 Scotland
24 Jun 2011 10:09PM
I tried the Sigma 10 - 20 mm lens on my 20d IR body and I found the centre of the image was lighter, than the outside, which if you look at the windows of your image seems to have the same thing, its only slight but annoying just the same, I now use the canon 17 - 40 mm lens which seems to be ok. aside from that i love your image.

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