I am brand new to this forum and after reading some of the threads I am convinced that I can consider this group an authority on the topic of experimental and unusual styles of artistic expression.
My question is:
Do any of you know of any photographer (other than myself) that shoots the majority of his/her work in the infrared spectrum with lenses longer than 300mm?
As far as I know I am the only one. For years I have seen wildlife photographers dabble with an extra body that they have converted but even when experimenting they very rarely venture toward the 100-200mm range and then retreat back to wide angle lenses or back to the visual spectrum.
I can understand why. It isn't easy. So far it seems that I am the only photographer in the world doing it. Does anyone disagree?