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445, 515, 532, 589 and 650nm compilation

Lux Nitida

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Hello everyone, it has been a long time! I have been a way from here for a while but wanted to come back around and see what's new. I have come back to find that Photobucket has destroyed all of my photos in all of my old posts with their photo-nazi policies, so I have decided to create this one post that displays all of my best photos to date. I look forward to getting my camera and lasers back out and doing new photos soon. :) Lasers shown in these photos are:

445nm@2.03W
515nm@31mW
532nm@100mW
589nm@50mW (112mW peak)
650nm@4mW

All lasers have been fan and matrix diffracted using Dragonlasers optical glass diffraction gratings. My camera is a Canon EOS 30D DSLR and all diffraction photos shown were taken in a closed and fogged room using my Chauvet DJ Hurricane 700 fog machine. Now the photos:

589nm fan diffracted:





589nm and 532nm fan diffracted:













589nm and 532nm fan diffracted vertically lateral view:



589nm lasing quartz crystal with 532nm fan diffracted:



532nm fan diffracted:



445nm fan diffracted:



Comparison of 515nm and 532nm fan diffracted:







445nm, 532nm and 589nm combined fan diffractions:









532nm and 589nm fan diffracted with 445nm lasing quartz crystal:



445nm and 589nm fan diffracted:



445nm and 532nm fan diffracted:



532nm and 650nm fan diffracted:





Matrix diffractions:

589nm:



445nm:



532nm:



515nm and 532nm combined:



532nm and 589nm combined:







532nm matrix and 589nm fan:



650nm:




So there we have it, I hope you all like them and I look forward to getting back into my photography again and continue working to improve my photos. I know there are some really awesome photo pros around here, at least were here the last time I was and I know my stuff doesn't come close to them but I have learned a lot from seeing what they have done and will continue to practice, practice, practice. Happy lasing!!! :D :beer:
 
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BowtieGuy

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Those are some sweet beams, very impressive! :beer:
Thanks for sharing with us.
:gj: and :kewlpics:
 
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RB astro

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Hi Lux, welcome back.
Good to see you posting again.
Lovely shots there, very nice indeed.
+rep when I can for you.

RB
:beer:
 

BobMc

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Simply stunning photographs! Thanks for sharing/reposting. Those are just beautiful. :gj:
 

Lux Nitida

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Thanks guys! I'm looking forward to taking more pics soon, have to figure out some new ideas too but that is what makes this fun. :) :beer:


very impressive pics,i couldnt even tell that there is fog before i read it on the comments :p
Thanks dead! I try and make it that the fog is not part of the photos as best I can in post processing and I use a simple oscillating fan to help give me even fog coverage and eliminate any thicker spots. Seems to work pretty well. Anyway thanks again everyone! :beer: :beer: :beer:
 




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