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Infrared practicing. Shot with Nikon D70 + 18-70/3.5-5.6 kit lens and Hoya R72 + Circular Polarizer filters.
I like the lead in lines and the dramatic sky, just simple yet somehow beautiful.
For my second infrared shot with the converted Nikon 3100, thought I'd try a little color (since I got the 665nm option that lets in visible light as well) and also some clouds (sometimes not easy to find in California when you want them, but not complaining). It was incredibly hazy, but infrared really cuts through it, and also it was taken at noon (which is the best time for infrared, which I also like). This is up on Mount Diablo in Walnut Creek.
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another infrared shot with my newly converted camera. Really glad i got this done!
If you have questions about infrared photography like this, i have tried to put together an online tutorial to answer many of the questions that i receive on a regular basis. I just launched it today, so i'd be interested to know if people are finding it helpful. you can check my Profile Page for the link.
First capture with infrared filter : it's very surprising !
Infrared without the Red Filter
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My infrared filter arrived :D yays. and i am finally able to take photos again, since i bought a new CF card.
But i didnt realise taking infrared shots are so damn tricky! this didnt work amazingly well because its not very sunny today, and it was only in my back garden. maybe i'll try taking pictures of people at the weekend :D
My gorgeous little female Spaniel taken with my converted IR Canon.
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Olympus Pen E-PM1 converted with 590nm infrared filter | Panasonic Lumix G 14mm f2.5
This panorama was made by assembling three photographs in Photoshop. Taken of Elk Lake at Elk/Beaver Lake Regional Park in Saanich, British Columbia on Thanksgiving weekend.
And a face in the trees