Family in IR

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by woodsac, Nov 7, 2006.

  1. woodsac

    woodsac TPF Noob!

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  2. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Wow like #s 1 & 2 a lot, I thought D-IR required long exposures, these are very sharp
     
  3. woodsac

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    Thanks Jeff. It does require long exposures when using a filter.
    When I bought my 30D, I had my 350D converted to a dedicated IR camera. So I can shoot normal exposures of people and moving subjects. It also allows me to change between lenses without having to purchase multiple filters or set up a tripod :D

    Anybody interested...it's worth every penny if you're serious about IR. The veratility is great. I had the work done by www.lifepixel.com. They had my camera back in my hands 5 days after I sent it. Total cost: $350 + $15 shipping :thumbsup:
     
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    Cute kid. I like the tatto in 4. It looks particularly bold. Is that because it's new or is that an effect of the IR? Nice work.
     
  5. woodsac

    woodsac TPF Noob!

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    Thanks Dylan. It's actually old and ready for some touch up. The IR just really made it stand out. It also eliminates the colors. It has lots of red, yellow and orange.
     
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    Wow! its so nice to see those photos again.. :thumbsup: if you will use a Red Filter, will it show the colors?
     
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    that looks totally wicked :thumbup: :)
     
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    I like specially the 1 and the 4. Both have much force.
    Good experiment.
    Greetings from Spain.
     
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    wow, these are gorgeous!
     
  10. oldnavy170

    oldnavy170 TPF Noob!

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    Cool photos. I do like the effect you used.
     
  11. woodsac

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    Thanks all :)

    First one had the red and blue channels swapped. Other three are just standard b/w conversions.

    emo...IR pretty much eliminates anything red. It shows up almost completely white in most cases.
     
  12. Chiller

    Chiller Mental case

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    Wow, bro. These are right on. Excellent work.
     

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