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Discussion in 'Through-the-Lens Club' started by Sweet, Mar 4, 2005.

  1. Sweet

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    The digital infrared....

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    Well Seen! I think the bottom shot is my favorite. Beautiful tones in all the shots, tell us about your technique.
     

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    The 1st and main thing is to have the right camera and filter/s, I use my Sony F717 with the nightshot mode on during the day with a Hoya r72 infrared filter + a neutral density filter 8 stacked...find something to shoot, download the pic to your computer then use a program like Photoshop to change the pics to black and white adjusting the contrast as you see fit, thats the basics which I did in the pics above.

    Here is an excellent website dealing with digital infrared

    http://dpfwiw.com/ir.htm

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    here's some done with an old Olympus 2020Z


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    You guys are doing some GREAT work. I wonder what other quality work is being done by GT members. Has anyone tried any "covert" IR shots, like the movie theatre shots of the '50s?
     
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    Nice stuff RBR, anymore?

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    Thanks, I like your work too. I haven't shot too much in IR yet but I like the fact that my Olympus has an excellent response to it. It's sensitive enough that you can good results shooting hand-held with short exposures (Hoya R72). I normally try to use a tripod for longer exposures and I sometimes like to also shoot a normal color shot and blend pieces. I bought the 6yr old camera to shoot IR only and use a Canon G3 for most everything else. Spring is here and I'm going to give it a good workout.
     
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    These are some great shots that have been taken. I especially like the cemetary shot and the antique car.