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some pics in the fog 12/24/15

brucemir

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Happy Holidays to all!

In the USA northeast we have had record warmth weather. It was74 degrees F on Dec.24 and a few days it was in the upper sixties. Usually it is in the lower forties (or colder) this time of year in NJ. It has been so warm my wife had me put outside all of her house plants to take advantage of the weather. It has also been damp and rainy. This combination has created varying degrees of fog. I photographed my lasers in the fog three times, Christmas Eve around 11PM, Christmas morning around 5AM, and on the 27th around 5:30AM. The pics from the 27th photos are not in this post. Some of these pics were taken in my backyard and some on my deck. I like the deck ones better as the wet wood reflects some nice color and gives me something else to add to the photograph. When I went out on the 27th I tried to improve on these and will eventually post them (they are better). I still photograph lasers every weekend indoors, but this is the first time a long time I have photographed lasers outdoors. I am looking forward to the next foggy nights to do it again as I have some good ideas to do. Enjoy.












































 



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Very nice! i love the 589... sooooo wish i had one! i'm planning on building a red green combiner though. you seem to have both, sorry to derail the thread but how does 589nm compare to red+green?
 

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Nice Bruce, I also like the deck photos best, especially the three showing the parallel rainbows!
:gj: and :kewlpics:
 

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OUTSIDE! yes!
I would assume he R+G combo would be semi similar to 589, but not quite like the real thing.
 

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Thanks everyone!

Micheal - My CNI 532 + 650 combo does create a semi yellow beam, but it is not even close to being as vibrant as a true 589. On my unit now the 650 laser does not output the original 150mw of red meaning the green overtakes the red and does not produce a "yellow" beam anymore. When it was working correctly, you would see some red on the side of the "yellow" beam. That is why when I bought it thru the forum, everyone referred to it as a "poor mans yellow". I will try to search thru my archived to find some examples.

Bowtieguy - If you check out the pic that is fifth from the end, you will see the green laser behind the railing crating different size line segments. When I photographed it again
on the 27th, that was what I tried to work on to take advantage of that.
 
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Agree that parallel rainbow shots are great, maby my favorite but the coolest one might be the 1 green going straight across the front of the house. Its like its saying "Dont Cross this line!"
 

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Bowtieguy - If you check out the pic that is fifth from the end, you will see the green laser behind the railing crating different size line segments. When I photographed it again
on the 27th, that was what I tried to work on to take advantage of that.


I really like that effect, besides, it beats the heck out of stringing LED's all around your deck railing! :D
I can't wait to see your photos from 12/27.
 

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Very nice job, I always liked those straight lines made by lasers, align it like you did seems very difficult without some specialized holder.

Nice! The orange one is a eye candy. :beer:
 




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