ViciousCircle wrote in post #9159273
I'm guessing he is using a modded camera.
StimpyJCat wrote in post #9159838
It says stock body... Super long exposure?
I'd love to have a IR modded body. IR and high contrast (Tech Pan) were my favorite films to shoot w/ 35mm film.
Yes, I did not modify my camera. It was a 2 second exposure in bright sunlight. Normally the shutter speed I get in such light would be 1/2000 or something
FelixDeSouze wrote in post #9160060
Oh! So is it a hard mod or a software mod??
Well no software mod except white balance. I did not even desaturate!
FelixDeSouze wrote in post #9160138
Oh I see.. Seems a little bit over done to do your camera and make it only IR.. Obviously if you have an old camera you can use then it won't be too bad.. Nice images tho!!
Nope, I did not do anything to the camera!
MikeFairbanks wrote in post #9160413
So let me get this straight: You are capturing, infrared light that the human eye cannot see, right? And did you desaturate to get black and white, or is that what infrared looks like?
I'm actually teaching a unit on light (elementary school) and telling the kids that most light is invisible to the human eye.
Well I did not do any desaturation. The images are actually color images, but at that end of the spectrum, when looked at RAW, the images look pink/red. Set white balance on the leaves of trees, and the entire image goes to B&W.
However if I use a 720nm filter(which I found was actually a 690nm or 700nm) I get vivid strange colors, here are a few samples