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Jan 21, 2011 19:04 as a reply to  @ anthoang's post |  #47

Here's the lamer image. Boring, noisy, et al. It's a Christmas cactus, with withering blossoms. I've been shooting IR for about, uh, 30 minutes. I just rec'd my filter and shot this in my kitchen, ~7:30PM. I'm using a B+W 093, cutting out all visible light. Exif: 30s, f/1.4, ISO800, 50mm. I can't wait to take it out tomorrow and get some real shots. There is some very good work here in this thread. :D

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Jan 21, 2011 19:08 |  #48

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There are some really amazing Infrared photos here. I want to contribute as well. I'm now interested in taking some Infrared pictures and have been looking into getting an infrared filter. Looking through some listings for infrared filters, i see some various numbers followed by "nm" (ie 660nm, 800nm, 920nm)... and i have no clue what these numbers mean. any help would be appreciated.

Check out this link and see the effects of the various filters:

http://www.lifepixel.c​om/digital-infrared/samples.html (external link)

I debated going with a conversion. Instead, I have a filter on the front of my camera, the Rebel XSi. It's a B+W 093, which cuts all visible light. What that means is that I must focus with the filter off the lens, replace the filter, and shoot on a tripod for a long exposure. A conversion would be very nice, but all other things being equal, it's expensive.

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Jan 21, 2011 19:18 |  #49

anthoang wrote in post #11687569 (external link)
There are some really amazing Infrared photos here. I want to contribute as well. I'm now interested in taking some Infrared pictures and have been looking into getting an infrared filter. Looking through some listings for infrared filters, i see some various numbers followed by "nm" (ie 660nm, 800nm, 920nm)... and i have no clue what these numbers mean. any help would be appreciated.

Btw, the numbers refer to the wavelength of the light. 660nm means 660 nanometers, the wavelength of light above red. Visible light ranges from 750nm (red or long wavelength) to 400nm (violet or short wavelength). These filters remove from violet down through the values shown: 660nm, through some of the red part of the spectrum; 800nm, into near infrared; 920nm, further into near infrared. These are filters that cut visible light and allow infrared to pass. They're not as abrupt as you might think, but if you look at some photos and read about the process, you can get a sense of what these filters can do.

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Jan 22, 2011 13:14 as a reply to  @ mathogre's post |  #50

Today I started some serious experimentation with The Filter™. The sky was mostly overcast, and it was unpleasantly cold. Regardless, here's one that's a little more respectable than the first from last night. Exif: 20s, f/2.5, ISO400, 28mm. Bloody long exposures. Enjoy!

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Jan 22, 2011 13:55 |  #51

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Jan 22, 2011 15:28 as a reply to  @ Klaus Meister's post |  #52

Very nice Klaus! :D Sweet little kiddo.


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Jan 22, 2011 16:06 |  #53

mathogre wrote in post #11693368 (external link)
Very nice Klaus! :D Sweet little kiddo.

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Jan 22, 2011 19:11 as a reply to  @ Klaus Meister's post |  #54

Just got my IR "super color" converted 40D back from Life pixel.
Took about a dozen shots and tried processing them.
In every shot, it seems as though I couldn't separate the foliage from the sky (not very much at least). Both sky & foliage were the same kind of blue when channels were converted. There was little difference when saturation was applied also.
Is this due to the white balance being off? I think I had it (WB) in Auto.


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Jan 23, 2011 15:46 as a reply to  @ Mark II's post |  #55

More IR play today. Trees out front of our townhouse, and the library in mid-afternoon. Enjoy!

1. Exif: 20s, f/2.5, ISO400, 28mm

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Jan 23, 2011 17:55 as a reply to  @ mathogre's post |  #56

Neighbors house. Might have been better had the sun been out. Overcast @ 5:30pm ....


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Jan 24, 2011 00:00 |  #58

oh man, this is going to be my new fav thread. I have the R(72) filter, its kind of a pain in the ass to use, usually i shoot 30 second exposures in broad daylight to be able to get an image. but the results are awesome.

I did this for an art and tech class, its just one i had handy. We had to make a "digital enviroment" so i went and shot a few IR images and found a tutorial on planets. and viola.

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Jan 24, 2011 00:01 |  #59

i heart the BW IR stuff too.

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Jan 24, 2011 00:48 |  #60

garys1 wrote in post #11702354 (external link)
image from Hawaii...

Gorgeous photo.

Fat Buff Guy wrote in post #11702367 (external link)
i heart the BW IR stuff too.

road image...

Love this one too.


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