1. INFRARED - Fashion film

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    Fashion film for Joanna Hawrot fashion designer created by REDRUM IMAGE. Concept, Cinematography, Edit, Postproduction, Graphic, Music: Katarzyna Widmańska Amadeusz Wróbel Costume Designer: Jaonna Hawrot Models: Anna Niczyporuk Yimi Salma Audu Make Up: Joanna Wolff Kasia Świebodzińska Stylist: Anna Jandura Hair Stylist: Wojtek Kasprzak Production: REDЯUM Image

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    • KUMTEL INFRARED LANSMAN

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      • Canon 60D Infrared Timelapse

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        from Tyler Sparks Added 24 0 0

        Location: Catskills, NY Lens: 24-105mm L

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        • Uptime Award Winners - Best Asset Condition Management Program 2013

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          The proactive culture and skills that TransAlta have created at the coal fired plants is now growing into the hydro plants, wind farms and gas fired units . TransAlta uses two IT programs related to Asset Condition Monitoring. One is called Tracks which is an interactive program that is available to all operations and mechanical maintenance supervisors to add equipment risk or running concern and then rate them at a risk level of 1 to 10. The equipment itself is rated with a number (same as in SAP) for criticality. When these numbers are totaled it gives managers a good idea of risks that exist on their units and a ranking of those risks. The other program used is called Equipment Health Report. This report is strictly created and managed by the condition monitoring group. The equipment health report indicates as a color code any concern with vibration, lube oil, thermography, ultra sound, electrical testing or other. The program was designed with color coding to make it a very quick review. This health card is reviewed by managers and planners weekly to determine right time to do maintenance work. The list shows all critical equipment and ranks them in the following categories as color codes. 1. Equipment Running Well 2. Minor concerns that are stable or can be corrected on line 3. Condition that is bad but stable 4. Condition that is worsening and needs attention soon or next outage 5. Condition that is bad and could cause immanent equipment failure. 6. Inadequate Testing TransAlta Vibration Analysis program is now 11 years old and is one of the most sought after programs within the plants for verifying work plans, verifying work completed or just general information. The program started in 2002 with just 1 analyst but has now grown to 5 analysts all with an advanced level of training or well on their way to getting to that level. Similar to the Infrared inspection program TransAlta tracks losses prevented for the vibration inspection program. The Vibration program was credited with preventing $3.11 million in losses in 2012 and a total of $14.11 million over the past 5 years. This program is so much more than losses prevented as the technicians are constantly being utilized as a resource for equipment repairs equipment alignment and other items related to rotating equipment. The Thermography or IR program started in 2004 with a part time thermographer. Who then became full time in 2005. The Infrared Thermography team pioneered a new method for Hitachi inspecting boiler tubes when they were commissioning the new Keephills unit 3 coal fired plant in 2010. Thermography is used on a multiple of areas including the list below. 1. Loose connections on motor leads and MCC cable connections 2. Hot bus connections 3. Inspecting transformers 4. Plugged fuel pipes 5. Inspecting steam traps 6. Checking for passing valves 7. Inspecting liquid leakage lines 8. Inspecting various types of coolers 9. Checking for air ingress into the Precipitator 10. Poor insulation under cladding 11. Checking for slipping v-belts 12. Hot bearings 13. Trending critical area’s on motor compressor sets. 14. Locating hot spots once a fire has been put out. The effectiveness of the IR program is tracked thru generation losses avoided and correlated to a direct cost benefit. Equipment benefits are tracked and communicated monthly to plant management and staff through a Reliability dashboard. TransAlta use a risk weighted tracking system to help determine actual losses to the company. For instance some piece of equipment could cost the company $1,000,000 in costs and lost revenue but if the likelihood of failure was only 10% the savings would be listed as $100,000. The Infrared Thermography program was credited with preventing $1.78 million in losses in 2012 and a total of $16.78 million over the past 5 years. Even though we only have the 1 thermographer, the vibration analysts and motor testing person have all been trained to a level 1 and have access to and do use the camera's to verify questions they may have.

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          • Old magnifinng glass to burn a piece of wood (viewed in infrared)

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            You would think I would have something better to do on a hot day Music: All Thats Written by adcBicycle (http://www.adcbicycle.blogspot.ca/)

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            • Gothenburg in Another Light (GH3 Infrared)

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              from Martin Wallgren Added 58 4 1

              Ungraded footage from my DIY fullspectrum sensor-modified Lumix GH3. Shot with the Lumix G 12-35/2.8 lens and B+W 093 black infrared filter (850nm cutoff) all shot handheld. This modified camera has excellent sensitivity to invisible light in the N-IR spectrum down to about 1000nm or so. For reference, the visible spectrum range from 400nm (violet) to 700nm (deep red). This camera can shoot bulb long-exposures up to an hour and is sensitive to both visible, infrared and UV frequencies with the right filters and lenses. It shoots gorgeous video as well up to 1080p 50fps and 72Mbit/s intra. It's almost like having a tiny ARRI Alexa XT B+W with the removable IR-block! (only a wee bit cheaper...) In case anyone is interested in the hardware hack -- To get the GH3 to shoot full spectrum (or straight infrared) is a procedure that I wouldn't recommend if you're not VERY technically inclined and have the right tools, some nerve, patience and not too meticulous about dust. ;) There are a few workshops that would do the mod for you, Kolarivision and Lifepixel to name a few in the U.S. In Sweden there are no shops that I know of that would do the mod, and I think it's more fun to DIY. The procedure involves stripping the camera down to bits and pieces, taking the sensor assembly out, strip down the sensor assembly down to the core, crack up and bluntly remove the dust-reduction glass in front of the hot mirror (worst job ever, in the GH3 that piece of glass is a real pain to remove, debris from cracked glass everywhere and tough silicon glue to cut through with a scalpel. When that nightmare is over it's time to replace the hot mirror with a model cut piece of 'fused silica glass' with wide spectral transmission. The procedure takes a few hours. I have two modified Lumix cameras, G5 and GH3. The G5 is okay but not great for film, the GH3 is easily one of the best hybrid cameras in the market for infrared and full spectrum work. Mirrorless is the way to go, LCD/EVF works, AF works great, no need for AF-tuning, excellent lens choices, great video. This footage was shot with a B+W 093 filter that is blocking ALL visible light, which means there is no color information left. With a proper custom WB captured at sunlit green grass, the result is fully monochromatic (black and white) video feed, even with the camera profile set to color. So what you see in this video is what you see in the viewfinder. If you like my work, please support my charity project 'Cycling for Life' by sharing and dropping a tip in the jar... thanks! One of the teasers: https://vimeo.com/127098877

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              • How to Select an Infrared Outdoor Electric Heater

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                At Infratech, we are proud to be a top outdoor heating choice of architects, designers, and engineers. In this video, we’ll show you how to select heaters for any project including a pergola, patio, and deck, in just 3 easy steps. Learn how to choose from our wide range of heaters, mounting options and controls to meet your specific outdoor heating needs and extend your outdoor living season. For more information, please visit our website: infratech-usa.com/ Or call: 1(800) 421-9455

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                • brindabellas | part three | winter

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                  This is 'winter' - part three of the film 'brindabellas'. In 'winter' colder and darker cloudscapes push aside the autumn mist and rains and snow starts to drift across the ranges. These ephemeral falls are replaced by ice and frost as the frozen winter microworlds of air and water are gradually transformed ahead of spring's arrival. 'brindabellas' is the new infrared art/doco film from silver dory productions. It features the sky and landscapes of the Canberra region of Australia - in particular the Brindabella Ranges - captured in monochromatic (near) infrared. Following a theatrical preview in 2014 (NFSA 4K Arc Cinema) the complete 'brindabellas' film is now being released online in five parts - 'summer', 'autumn', 'winter', 'spring' and 'summer (returns)'. part one | summer can be seen at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/brindabellassummer part two | autumn can be seen at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/brindabellasautumn This feature-length film (150 minutes over five parts) focuses on the interplay of mountain light, air and water as these elements are transformed across the seasons from clouds to mist, rain and snow - then frost and ice – and onto creeks and rivers. It explores both the wider montane vistas of the region and the more intimate details of the natural flows that are created by these mountains and, in turn, shape the very landscapes they arise from. 'brindabellas' evolved out of the short motion piece 'karst country' (2013) which was developed to explore the possibilities of creating infrared motion with RED Digital Cinema cameras. Field-work for 'brindabellas' commenced in June 2013 with the specific aim of creating a feature-length film entirely from this infrared footage - which uniquely captures the intricacies of sky and cloudscapes, the dynamics of rain and running water, and the shifting shadows across the changing seasons. brindabellas | film details Concept: developed and written by Glen Ryan and James van der Moezel - silver dory productions Producer: Glen Ryan | silver dory productions Cinematographer: Glen Ryan Camera Operator & First Assistant Camera: James van der Moezel Editor, Post Production Supervisor & Colourist: James van der Moezel Original Soundtrack: Marcus Hooper and Andy Heaney Sound design and recording: James van der Moezel and Glen Ryan Preview: May 30, 2014 – Arc Cinema – National Film and Sound Archive, Canberra, Australia. General release: from May 28, 2015 (initially online – Vimeo on Demand) Runtime: approximately 150 minutes – over 5 parts Colour: black and white Aspect Ratio: 2:1 Camera: Full-spectrum modified RED Epic-X and Red Epic-X – Nikkor lenses Negative Format: Redcode RAW 5K Images from the film (and prints from the the wider 'brindabellas' project) are also available in the limited edition monograph 'brindabellas - elements' - published by PQ Blackwell. This can be ordered here : http://www.silverdory.com/brindabellas-elements other links brindabellas - overview - http://www.silverdory.com/brindabellas brindabellas - preview - http://www.silverdory.com/brindabellas-preview Find out more about silver dory productions at : http://www.silverdory.com https://www.facebook.com/silverdoryproductions https://instagram.com/thesilverdory/ https://twitter.com/thesilverdory

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                  • brindabellas | part three | winter

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                    This is the trailer for 'winter' - part three of the film 'brindabellas'. In 'winter' colder and darker cloudscapes push aside the autumn mist and rains and snow starts to drift across the ranges. These ephemeral falls are replaced by ice and frost as the frozen winter microworlds of air and water are gradually transformed ahead of spring's arrival. 'brindabellas' is the new infrared art/doco film from silver dory productions. It features the sky and landscapes of the Canberra region of Australia - in particular the Brindabella Ranges - captured in monochromatic (near) infrared. Following a theatrical preview in 2014 (NFSA 4K Arc Cinema) the complete 'brindabellas' film is now being released online in five parts - 'summer', 'autumn', 'winter', 'spring' and 'summer (returns)'. part one | summer can be seen at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/brindabellassummer part two | autumn can be seen at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/brindabellasautumn This feature-length film (150 minutes over five parts) focuses on the interplay of mountain light, air and water as these elements are transformed across the seasons from clouds to mist, rain and snow - then frost and ice – and onto creeks and rivers. It explores both the wider montane vistas of the region and the more intimate details of the natural flows that are created by these mountains and, in turn, shape the very landscapes they arise from. 'brindabellas' evolved out of the short motion piece 'karst country' (2013) which was developed to explore the possibilities of creating infrared motion with RED Digital Cinema cameras. Field-work for 'brindabellas' commenced in June 2013 with the specific aim of creating a feature-length film entirely from this infrared footage - which uniquely captures the intricacies of sky and cloudscapes, the dynamics of rain and running water, and the shifting shadows across the changing seasons. brindabellas | film details Concept: developed and written by Glen Ryan and James van der Moezel - silver dory productions Producer: Glen Ryan | silver dory productions Cinematographer: Glen Ryan Camera Operator & First Assistant Camera: James van der Moezel Editor, Post Production Supervisor & Colourist: James van der Moezel Original Soundtrack: Marcus Hooper and Andy Heaney Sound design and recording: James van der Moezel and Glen Ryan Preview: May 30, 2014 – Arc Cinema – National Film and Sound Archive, Canberra, Australia. General release: from May 28, 2015 (initially online – Vimeo on Demand) Runtime: approximately 150 minutes – over 5 parts Colour: black and white Aspect Ratio: 2:1 Camera: Full-spectrum modified RED Epic-X and Red Epic-X – Nikkor lenses Negative Format: Redcode RAW 5K Images from the film (and prints from the the wider 'brindabellas' project) are also available in the limited edition monograph 'brindabellas - elements' - published by PQ Blackwell. This can be ordered here : http://www.silverdory.com/brindabellas-elements other links brindabellas - overview - http://www.silverdory.com/brindabellas brindabellas - preview - http://www.silverdory.com/brindabellas-preview Find out more about silver dory productions at : http://www.silverdory.com https://www.facebook.com/silverdoryproductions https://instagram.com/thesilverdory/ https://twitter.com/thesilverdory

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                    • Project Infrascape: A Journey into the Invisible Part 2 Indiegogo Video

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                      from Mark White Productions Added 27 0 0

                      See the campaign: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/project-infrascape-journey-into-the-invisible-pt2 The Project. We started this project last year with the intention of creating the most comprehensive infrared photo series (see video) of the US natural wonders that the world has ever seen. With your help and a research grant from our University, we set out to study four national parks: Glacier, Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, and the Badlands. We returned home with bright eyes, inquisitive minds, a renewed spirit for adventure, and a great sense of pride and accomplishment for some truly astounding results! Since then, the photos were on display at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County's Annual Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Day and a 30-page academic research article was submitted for publication. This year, we don't have the grant to lean on, but we'll be pushing forward with the project! This project act as research to satisfy Mark's last six academic credits in order to secure his degree. We'll add six more destinations to the list that'll surely add breadth to the project: Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Redwoods, Olympic, Banff, and Waterton Lakes. We'll also be revisiting Glacier and Yellowstone for further study. (This year's map) This journey will be far from a vacation. Long hikes through dangerous terrain with loads of equipment, coupled with the natural threats of wildlife, weather, and, let's face it, human error, provide opportunity for a grueling experience. If we learned anything from last year, it's that the results are more than worth it! The Money. Unfortunately for our wallets, neither of us drives a Prius. This journey will take us 8,000 miles across the US and Canada, so gas will be a huge expense (almost $1,000 alone!) We're cutting corners everywhere we can to make sure we can get the best bang for our, and your buck. That includes the everyday luxuries like sleep. Every bit of the goal will go toward affording camping fees, and paying the locals to sleep in their bathtubs throughout the 21 day journey. We were very fortunate to meet quite a few kind host families last year, and we want to meet you too! Any contributions made after the goal has been met will go toward enhancing the experience. Some ideas we've had so far are adding destinations or spending longer at each destination! The Reward System. We're offering some great rewards for everyone involved, and this year, we're handing over the power to you! We've created a new system that allows you to choose your own package of rewards. You know best what size and quantity will work as beautiful wall art in your home or personal collection, and we want you to have everything that you want! This year, we are using a token reward system. Each level of reward affords the contributor- you!- a certain amount of tokens. Token amounts can be compounded and added up to make sure you get the perfect package for you! Once you have your tokens, you may choose to cash them in on whichever combination of rewards you'd like! When the project is complete, we will allow you special access to the image gallery, so you can choose exactly which images you love. All images will be professionally printed on 100% acid free archival paper with pigment-based inks. We are also offering your image to be electronically infused directly onto metal. Printing on metal provides an incredibly durable image that, like archival paper prints, will never fade. Metal prints provide a depth of color to mimic life with a brilliance unique to the medium. Metal prints will come with pre-installed wall mounts and will not require any framing! These prints are 100% weather, water, spill, etc proof and really are fantastic. How You Can Help. 1. Contribute to the project by choosing one of the rewards on the right! 2. Like, follow, and share our social media pages: #projectinfrascape https://.facebook.com/projectinfrascape https://instagram.com/projectinfrascape/ https://twitter.com/MWPProductions 3. We are still looking for places to stay for nights along our trail. If you think you or someone you know has an extra spot we could pitch a tent or share a bed with Fido for a night, please let us know! The Artists. We are Sarah and Mark. We're Baltimore-based photographers, adventure-seekers, and best friends. We both graduated from university with our Bachelors of Fine Arts with a concentration in photography and have made it our mission to do, see, and learn all that we can. To see more of Mark's work, please visit his website, blog, and facebook page.

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