Lüneburg’s Stintmarkt in infrared
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A classic view of Lüneburg: The Stintmarkt with the old crane from 1797.

With this picture I open the infrared season 2019 — my 16th since the beginning of my infrared photography in 2004. Today I had a day in Lüneburg and due to the weather conditions I had taken my infrared camera with me. It was so wonderfully warm that the cafés around the Stintmarkt were well visited, although I could take the chance that the tables in the foreground were just empty.
I love so much the beam of light that runs from the front right over the cobblestones and also illuminates the railing. Like a finger pointing at the old crane!

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  1. Anne
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    Das sind wirklich wunderschöne Aufnahmen…kann man eigentlich noch weitere Filter hinzunehmen?

    • Marc
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      Hallo Anne,
      vielen Dank für das Feedback zu meinen Infrarotfotografien.
      Warum die Frage nach weiteren Filtern?
      Ich habe einen 715nm Filter eingebaut, der noch ein wenig Rot durchlässt. Dadurch kann ich ohne Stativ bei Tageslicht arbeiten. Weitere Filter würden ein Stativ notwendig machen.

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