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    LOL, maybe it's just gonna take me a bit to get used to it. I thought the 630 would be my goto, but I may be happier with the 590. Need to experiment more
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    So here is my first capture with my "new" A7r Full Spectrum conversion... This was with the B+W 091 deep red which is supposed to be roughly 630nm. Set a custom WB, and it looked good in the VF, but colors seem overly vibrant -- thoughts? :

    Original as out of cam:


    R<>B Swap:


    But here is a B&W conversion from the captured file -- and I'm actually pretty impressed:
    I agreed that they're nice shots. It's possible that B+W filters leak a bit more visible light than the rating suggests but I'd expect there to be a good bit of vibrancy from a filter that lets in wavelengths down to 630nm. Going by LifePixel's website that's about halfway between the Super Color IR and the Enhanced IR filters

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    So here is my first capture with my "new" A7r Full Spectrum conversion... This was with the B+W 091 deep red which is supposed to be roughly 630nm. Set a custom WB, and it looked good in the VF, but colors seem overly vibrant -- thoughts? :

    Original as out of cam:


    R<>B Swap:


    But here is a B&W conversion from the captured file -- and I'm actually pretty impressed:
    I agreed that they're nice shots. It's possible that B+W filters leak a bit more visible light than the rating suggests but I'd expect there to be a good bit of vibrancy from a filter that lets in wavelengths down to 630nm. Going by LifePixel's website that's about halfway between the Super Color IR and the Enhanced IR filters
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    So here is my first capture with my "new" A7r Full Spectrum conversion... This was with the B+W 091 deep red which is supposed to be roughly 630nm. Set a custom WB, and it looked good in the VF, but colors seem overly vibrant -- thoughts? :

    But here is a B&W conversion from the captured file -- and I'm actually pretty impressed:
    Shooting with no filter on the lens can also produce some nice FS files for B&W conversion.
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    Your colors seem more bold than I would get with my 665nm. You use Capture One, right?
    I do like the black and white one the best.

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    My A7R just came back from LifePixel with a full spectrum conversion. Still had all of my Kolari filters that I used previously on the A6000 FS so I ran through some calibration shots and tests.

    The following series was shot using the Sony FE 28/2.

    CC filter



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    850nm filter



    and here is one with an R72 (720nm) filter on the CV 15mm III at f/8. No hot spot evident.

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    Two 4 shot panos using the A7R-FS on the Cambo Actus with SK 47/5.6 APO-Digitar XL.

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    Still testing and calibrating. This time with wides on the A7R FS and no filter.

    First up the CV 15 III again. There was some pronounced cyan corner vignetting so I had to use a dng flat field correction. Also this lens is a bit softer overall and on the edges with the A7R compared to near perfection on the A7RII.



    Next the Samyang 24mm TS lens. My copy is with Nikon mount so I used a Novoflex NIK/E adapter. Works fairly well with the A7R FS and no cyan vignetting, but again not as good corner/edge performance compared to the A7RII.

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    Sony A7II Full Spectrum
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    Looking south down the west branch of Keuka Lake from the patio at Esperanza Mansion. Handheld shots with the A7R-FS and Sony FE 28/2 lens.

    CC Filter



    590nm Filter, R/B channel flip and yellow/blue hue/sat adjustment


    Same as above converted with B&W Adjustment layer, darkening blue and lightening yellow.



    850nm Filter



    No Filter, hue/sat adjustment for blue and yellow



    Same as above, B&W adjustment layer, darken blues and lighten reds and yellows.



    I think of the three B&W options above I prefer the last one for the range of tones. Easy as well because you don't need any IR pass filters when shooting.
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    Sony A7II full spectrum, 55 f/1.8, 720 nm
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    Just came back from a little trip to Florida. Took only this camera with the 20 and the 50. And my RX100-3 that stays with me all the time. Talk about traveling light!
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    I blame Guy for starting this . A couple weeks ago he posted a thread of how he removed the petals off his Voigtlander CV15mm V III lens so that he could use his 67mm filters instead of the 58mm. Of course I found this interesting and thought it might be a fun project, however I was unwilling to spend in excess of $700 on a lens for a "fun project" so I put it out of my mind. (Yeah sure!)

    Browsing E-Bay this past week I happened upon a sale for a V II that also included a M-E adaptor for way less and of course I bought it. The difference seems to be the filter size changed from 52mm on the V II to 58mm on the V III (I also think the front element is larger on the III). Since I still have a couple 55mm IR filters I thought if a 52-67 step up ring caused too much problems I could always opt for the 55mm. Turns out the 52-67 works just fine.

    Here's a couple samples from yesterday shortly after cutting and trimming; all taken with a Voigtlander 15mm V II lens.


    f/5 1/400 ISO 250 830nm (handheld)


    f/5 1/400 ISO 125 830nm (handheld)


    f/8 1/60 ISO 100 830nm (handheld)


    f/8 1/320 ISO 100 Full Spectrum (handheld)

    Once you get over the fear of cutting everything else is okay.

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    665nm IR fun in Maui






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    Super swamped, but wanted to share an IR image taken at a recent engagement portrait session. I'll have a blog post up at some time (when I get a breather to write!) on using IR flash with different available filters in the IR spectrum. This particular image used a Profoto B2 with an IR flash adapter, 715nm filter, and a Sony A7r full spectrum camera, 24-70 with 720nm filter. Custom WB with Expodisc and converted to B&W. The IR Flash adapter works with the Profoto B1 and B2.

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    A7II, Voightlander 12mm, 590nm
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    A7II, Voightlander 12mm, 590nm
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    Hi Cindy. Do you know if Voigtlander updated this lens, as they did with the 15 v III, to eliminate cyan/magenta vignetting?
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    Carl, Mine is the version II with rangefinder coupling. The new one is coming out for the Sony's in the spring.
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    Thanks Cindy, I'm in Sedona for a wedding then off to Bryce and have been using my 15mm thinking that I'd like to go slightly wider with the 12mm. Based on what I see I just might bite the bullet and get the 12 then try to sell the modified 15mm.
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    A7II FS and Voigtlander 12mm with 830nm filter
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    Sony A7II FS and 772nm on 55 f/1,8
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    nikon 1 S1 IR 720nm

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    Sony a7II Full Spectrum, Contax Carl Zeiss G 45 f/2 on Techart, 830nm filter

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    Hey Cindy that dern near looks like film, nice!!

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    Hey Cindy that dern near looks like film, nice!!
    Thank you!

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    Couple of IR Panoramas I took (Color and B&W) a couple weeks ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdphotography View Post
    Super swamped, but wanted to share an IR image taken at a recent engagement portrait session. I'll have a blog post up at some time (when I get a breather to write!) on using IR flash with different available filters in the IR spectrum. This particular image used a Profoto B2 with an IR flash adapter, 715nm filter, and a Sony A7r full spectrum camera, 24-70 with 720nm filter. Custom WB with Expodisc and converted to B&W. The IR Flash adapter works with the Profoto B1 and B2.

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    nikon 1 S1 IR 720nm







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    Some 590nm faux color
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    Canal in 665nm faux color
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    A couple of pics from my new IR cam.

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    IR shots (680nm) with my FS G1 of an approaching thunderstorm ...



    and a 5-shot panorama stitch ...


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    Awesome, Rafael!
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    No thunderstorms today ...
    From the FS G1 with a 720nm filter





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    Quote Originally Posted by HiredArm View Post
    Any updates on the IR flash adapter?
    Sorry---I've been swamped (overwhelmed) caring for my mom during her transition in memory care here in Carmel. Getting old (with dementia) really sucks. Her---not me.

    I'm about half-way done writing the blog article on IR Flash with the Profoto B1 and B2 (portraiture and Landscapes), still need to flesh it out more. Picked up some tips shooting IR adapted flash while I was shooting with the Profoto B2 at Alcatraz at Night with CI in Carmel a few months back. The IR flash adapter is relatively easy to do, and I'll try my best to show how I modified the Profoto B1 and B2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdphotography View Post
    Sorry---I've been swamped (overwhelmed) caring for my mom during her transition in memory care here in Carmel. Getting old (with dementia) really sucks. Her---not me.

    I'm about half-way done writing the blog article on IR Flash with the Profoto B1 and B2 (portraiture and Landscapes), still need to flesh it out more. Picked up some tips shooting IR adapted flash while I was shooting with the Profoto B2 at Alcatraz at Night with CI in Carmel a few months back. The IR flash adapter is relatively easy to do, and I'll try my best to show how I modified the Profoto B1 and B2.

    Working on it!

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    Sony A7II Full Spectrum, 590nm
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    Shrimp boat in the SC low country. Sony A7II Full Spectrum, Voigtlander 15mm III and 590nm Faux Color
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    Two from Leiden, The Netherlands.

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    Hacked Panasonic GM1, Olympus 17/2.8, RG690
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    from a visit to a lady who owns a mysterious old orchard in Russia ...



    FS G1 with 680 external filter - very cloudy weather ..

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    Both with a Hacked Panasonic GM1, Panasonic 12-32 zoom, RG690 filter, The Hague
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    Vivek, Have you tried shooting any flowers with your ultraviolet filter? I've read that details can be revealed on flowers that we don't see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Vivek, Have you tried shooting any flowers with your ultraviolet filter? I've read that details can be revealed on flowers that we don't see.
    Hi Cindy, i have been shooting in UV for over a decade now (make that decade and half), starting with film. Yeah sure. Most who shoot in UV are beating the dead horse of how some flowers look in UV. I even shoot street in UV because I can.

    All my UV gear is up for sale now for a small amount of cash, including an UV-Nikkor that i bought from a true digital pioneer Fumio Yokozawa.
    (UV photography is as old as photography itself, btw)

    Ihave loads of UV pics on my flickr space.
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    Amsterdam (Panasonic GM1 with 35-100 f/4 RG720nm).

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    Sorry for the delay!

    I've finally finished my blog article on using IR Flash with IR photography! It is relatively easy to make an adapter---to convert the Profoto B1 or B2 to infra-red, in a variety of wavelengths.

    See the blog on my website, https://kendoophotography.wordpress....d-portraiture/

    Ken

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