This shot is actually a false-color infrared shot. I got my hands on an infrared Canon EOS 20D a while back. I wanted to get a good 920nm IR filter for my camera, but those run a lot more money than I want to spend on colored glass right now. I got lucky one day when walking into Southeastern Camera, and they had a Canon EOS 20D Infrared for $325. I decided it would be prudent to grab it while I could. With only 15,000 shutter clicks on the counter, it's got quite a long life. Especially with how much of a niche camera it can be. It captures astounding details in surfaces, like the pocket watch on this statue.
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