Shot with the Fuji X100 and a 720 nm IR filter. Processed with Filterstorm on an iPad. The first warm and sunny spring day this May. The leaves were almost glowing in the sun. Shot at the river Sense near my hometown, Neuenegg, Kanton Bern, Switzerland.
Found this by coincidence: a blog using one of my photos as the header. Feels good and looks pretty nice. BTW: it is perfectly OK for them to use it. My photos are on display on my Flickr account and are usually under a ‘Creative Commons’ type of copyright. This means that the photos can be freely used by anyone as long as my name is mentioned along with it, and if the photo is then not protected, sold or otherwise hijacked. It has to remain under a CC license even when altered. The blog gives credit to me on the footer of the page, so everything is perfectly OK.
A month ago I bought an old Contax G1 camera on eBay. I loaded it with some Kodak Gold 200 film from the lokal supermarket (waiting for a few rolls of Tri-X 400 to arrive) and gave it a test run. The Contax is pretty heavy when carried around with one hand – a lot heavier than my Fuji X100 and my NEX-7. It feels very solid and gives a great feeling when operated. Some people complain about “small and dark” viewfinder, but I found it OK.