Experimenting In IR Photography - II

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  1. bburton

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    Mostly for the last month, I've been playing around with IR photography using my Sony DSC-707 in Nightshot mode AND with considerable post processing. Here's two recent ones:

    Golden City

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    Side Door

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    Neat. I like them both.
     
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    Nice shots.
     
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    Love that first one - the trees are amazing. Do you use like an RM72 on it, or just shoot in night mode to get it to bypass the IR filter?

    Rob
     
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    Thanks, Rob.

    The Sony "Nightshot Mode" lifts the internal IR filter in the camera from in front of the sensor, so then one has to screw on an IR-pass filter to the front of the lens to shoot in bright daylight, thereby blocking the regular color spectrum and allowing only the IR spectrum to reach the sensor.

    Also, I use an an NDX8 filter, and if it's really bright an additional NDX2 filter.

    Here's another:

    Elkins Lake

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    the first is great but that third one is amazing!!
     
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    great pics, the last one looks awesome.....just love it :)
     
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    Thanks for sharing, and that last shot is awesome!!

    Rob
     

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