I've been testing using a flash with a Sony A7r that's been converted to capture full spectrum the past couple days. Nothing new about the Sony as I've been shooting WS/IR for awhile. The difference is adding a flash to the mix. I've begun using a Q-flash T-2 with a QF-80 IR reflector attached. The great think about this setup is that it allows a full range of shooting possibilities from shooting bare bulb color to various IR simply by screwing in an IR filter to cover the bulb; so if I'm capturing 830nm on the camera I use a 830nm filter on the flash. These are just 2-sample of what I'm getting doing this. The first was captured last night around dusk and the 2nd (the flower) was captured this morning about an hour ago in bright sunlight. This is definitely something I'm going to continue learning about. Don
FE24-70 (47mm) f/8 1/100 ISO 100 taken around 5:30 P.M.
50mm f/95 at around f/2 1/6400 ISO 100 taken at 10:11 AM. There's been no processing done to this other than white balance in C1.
Double posting of these images as not everyone might be interested in infrared photography...