My very first successful infrared shot was done here around 18 months ago and I went back today. It was a Déjà vu of sorts, indeed. Although I had sunburn shooting IR for 4 hours under the heat of the blistering sun, I can't complain more as this condition was what I've hoped for. The only thing challenging about shooting with a screw-in IR filter is that setting up is slow and tedious as the camera has to be mounted on tripod and one has to contend with the approximately 16 stops of light. Unlike the IR modified camera wherein you can shoot at will anytime that you want.
Enjoy your week ahead, Flickr friends!
Canon EOS 5D Mark III ı Canon EF17-40mm f/4L USM ı Hoya R72 IR Filter ı 17mm ı 239s ı f/8 ı ISO 100
Explore no. 199, 15 April 2013