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Nov 21, 2010 01:08 |  #16

woodsj6 wrote in post #11317183 (external link)
I just wrote a paper on infrared photography for my History of Photography class a few weeks ago...although I have not done the method yet :cry:
there are filters that produce the effect. The filter blocks wavelengths that are NOT infrared, allowing infrared "light" through to the lens.
but you can also have a camera modified. The only problem with this is that you cannot reverse the procedure...you must be willing to have a dedicated camera for infrared photography.

You can reverse the process. The shop that did my conversion can put the original filter back in. I think they charge just as much as when the convert to IR.




  
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Nov 21, 2010 14:23 |  #17

The best way to do IR imo is to have your camera modified...the shutter speed is greatly compromised when you have to put a filter on the end of the camera. Not only that...but you also can't compose because the image is so dark. If the camera itself is modified, your shutter speed can be a lot faster and you can also use your viewfinder to compose.

You can take a look at the galleries in this directory for some of my IR shots. Pay particular attention the speeds used, if my camera was not modified and i was using a screw on filter instead...a shot taken at 1/200 would probably be about the equiv of 1/10 or 1/6 or even slower.

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Nov 22, 2010 04:51 |  #18

sorry i have another question i have a filter and it comes out purple and out of focus what am i doing wrong?


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Nov 22, 2010 11:21 |  #19

Pat_B wrote in post #11325503 (external link)
sorry i have another question i have a filter and it comes out purple and out of focus what am i doing wrong?

Sounds like white balance is off. I usually take a picture of grass in bright sunlight and set custom white balance to the picture. You also need to swap the red and blue channels. As far as focusing, compose the image, focus then turn off AF then put the filter on and shoot.

This is straight out of camera

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Red and Blue Channel Swap...
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Nov 22, 2010 12:11 |  #20

Gary,
What kind of adjustments did you do to get the white color on the leaves? My conversion usually gives me a yellowish beige tint to the whites. Thanks.


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Nov 22, 2010 14:00 |  #21

oh thank you


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Nov 22, 2010 14:49 |  #22

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Gary,
What kind of adjustments did you do to get the white color on the leaves? My conversion usually gives me a yellowish beige tint to the whites. Thanks.

I usually use hue and saturation and pick the color and then lower the saturation until it's gone. Using auto tone in CS5 also works to some degree. Sometimes it over corrects so just go to edit and select fade auto tone until it's about correct. Then use hue and saturation, select the color you want to tone back and lower the saturation level. If you post a sample I'll try to adjust it.




  
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Nov 22, 2010 23:06 |  #23

i wish i had a spare body and 400$ laying around to modify, but i can afford a 100$ filter. :)


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Nov 27, 2010 18:51 as a reply to  @ Andy R's post |  #24

I've been shooting IR for a few years now with a modified 300D, here's some samples....more on my website.

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Nov 28, 2010 22:55 |  #25

^^^^ awesome stuff, I love the variety...something other than your typical landscapes in IR.


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Nov 29, 2010 17:16 |  #26

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Holy crap!! Look at that water!! Awesome!!


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Nov 29, 2010 22:30 as a reply to  @ garys1's post |  #27

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Nov 29, 2010 23:11 |  #28

Mines not very good, as this was my first pic with it...filter came in the mail today and i snapped this of my neighbor putting up lights lol

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Nov 29, 2010 23:28 |  #29

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Mines not very good, as this was my first pic with it...filter came in the mail today and i snapped this of my neighbor putting up lights lol

He looks like a ghost!




  
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Nov 30, 2010 00:23 |  #30

yeah lol 15 sec exposure and it being cold = him moving quickly lol


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