19 Commenti

  1. mikahsupageek
    mikahsupageek ·

    WOOOP WOOP !!!

  2. clickiemcpete
    clickiemcpete ·

    Wow, great album! :)

  3. atria007
    atria007 ·


  4. brommi
    brommi ·


  5. disdis
    disdis ·

    well done dude!

  6. russheath
    russheath ·

    Really spectacular album!!

  7. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    Great to see the Rocket being used for well composed images, rather than just 'quirky' snap shots. Love it!

  8. backforbreakfast
    backforbreakfast ·

    trop beau cet album! j'adore!!!

  9. istionojr
    istionojr ·


  10. elvismartinezsmith
    elvismartinezsmith ·

    super cool c't album :)

  11. pauladavies
    pauladavies ·

    what a climax!

  12. troch
    troch ·

    Great, great album!

  13. pinkpix
    pinkpix ·

    amazing album!

  14. jackpacker
    jackpacker ·

    b&w BTF Great!

  15. ladybugofblueness
    ladybugofblueness ·

    Awesome! Out of curiosity, what filter did you use? And did you need to make adjustments for possible light leaks? I'm wanting to do some infrared photography in my own Sprocket Rocket and am looking for a filter and any additional info about using that particular camera. Coming across your picture is very good news that it CAN be done! I was starting to feel discouraged, so thank you for posting this! Any filter/adjustment info would be much appreciated! :)

  16. jeabzz
    jeabzz ·

    @ladybugofblueness : Thx ! I used a hoya r 72 Filter, and with the sprocket i didnn't need to do some adjustements for possible lightleaks. The exposure time was a bit more than 1 seconds in cloudy aperture. It was really sunny so it works pretty good :D By really sunny day, with the hoya r 72 in front of the lens of my sprocket rocket, my exosure time were all around 1-2 seconds. Good luck with your infrared try, thoses rolls are a bit tricky to shoot, but i'm sure you'l have good results :D

  17. ladybugofblueness
    ladybugofblueness ·

    Thank you very much!! Did you just hold the filter in front of the lens, or did you find a way to place it on without holding it?

  18. ladybugofblueness
    ladybugofblueness ·

    Oh, one more thing (sorry, I don't mean to flood the wall, but I can't figure out how to private message on here yet D: )! I know the Sprocket Rocket's lens is 52mm, so is your filter that size or larger? If you were able to get it onto the lens without holding it, how did you go about that?

  19. joselillo
    joselillo ·


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