Blog - Monthly Archives: October 2014

Trying out an infrared camera

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I Had my old D90 camera refitted with an internal infrared filter. I used LifePixel to do the conversion.  I’ve been spending the last couple of days figuring out how to take photos with it and how to process them. I think I still have a lot to learn about composing for …

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Medieval Festival at the Cloisters in Manhattan – September, 2014

story telling time web the dragon web the pirate web woman near the rocks webThe Cloisters, which is the museum annex of the Metropolitan Museum of Art that contains most of its Medieval collection, is located in Fort Tryon Park in the Inwood section of Manhattan. Once a year at the end of summer, the park turns into a medieval festival with many people dressing in various garbs and actors, storytellers, musicians and singers interdispersed between the large crowd. They have sword demonstrations and …

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