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    Just cleaning out my closet and found my old G1-720nm with Contax G 45 planar. Still works fine



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    Another from the old G1. Six shots stacked in PhotoAcute3 to generate a 48 MP dng file. Exported a 25% jpeg file from Lightroom to flickr.

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    and a still life (click image) for 48 MP original fie.

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    Did a rework of the last one... Still not 100% satisfied but I like it better...

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    So an unintended side effect of the FS conversion is that I'm noticing that I can make greatly improved B&W with the A7R (not that they were bad to begin with.) Dare I say that I'm craving a M Monochrom a lot less (although to be honest if Sony announced a 16mp+ monochrome FE camera this week I'd be the first to say "SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!!!") That would probably be worth the angry stares of my fiancé.
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    Kinda came across this EO/IR Composite effect that is similar to how movies tend to portray IR... You can photoshop it 'm sure with a normal EO image but the IR really glows off the cow in the same image when converted.

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    Spring Showers in the Desert - California, near Parker, Arizona
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    I think this IR processing is starting to finally sink in a little bit now. I hadn't been using PS CC 2014 much but now I'm actually glad I have it solely for IR.

    Shot with IR590 - Processed 3 different ways to test out different techniques. There's a B&W version too that I didn't upload.

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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    I have a question for you who are shooting the A7r FS cameras. Are you stacking the CC1 and a UV cut filter, or just using a CC1?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I have a question for you who are shooting the A7r FS cameras. Are you stacking the CC1 and a UV cut filter, or just using a CC1?
    Cindy,

    I'm using just straight KolariVision 590nm filter (in 49mm/67mm) but I do have hot mirror filters (in 49mm/67mm) for the normal shooting. I don't own UV filters yet because I don't know that any of my lenses will pass UV anyway right now.
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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    HiredArm, I meant IR (486 B+W), not UV.

    I read a post by Mark Hilliard, who is quite a good infrared artist. He has many, many iR cameras, but mainly shoots Fuji's. He mentioned that if you got a full spectrum conversion, you would need to use a CC1 and a B+W 486 filter (like we used on M8). I only use the CC1 on my A6000 FS, but his comments made me wonder if others were stacking 2 filters to go back to regular color. Mostly when I shoot color, I shoot my A7s or A7r. I'm thinking of having the A7r converted and selling the A6000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    HiredArm, I meant IR (486 B+W), not UV.

    I read a post by Mark Hilliard, who is quite a good infrared artist. He has many, many iR cameras, but mainly shoots Fuji's. He mentioned that if you got a full spectrum conversion, you would need to use a CC1 and a B+W 486 filter (like we used on M8). I only use the CC1 on my A6000 FS, but his comments made me wonder if others were stacking 2 filters to go back to regular color. Mostly when I shoot color, I shoot my A7s or A7r. I'm thinking of having the A7r converted and selling the A6000.
    I don't know I can try to shoot examples of both when I get some time. I have both hot mirror and 590nm in both 49/67mm but I've never tried to stack them yet. Are you happy using only your CC1? I'm still learning how to process my IR shots and that's why I've only bought one wavelength so far before jumping into others (namely 830nm+.)

    The hot mirror filter I have allows 390nm-720nm in and blocks most everything else to insignificant levels according to specs. I can try to test stacking filters out soon though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiredArm View Post
    I don't know I can try to shoot examples of both when I get some time. I have both hot mirror and 590nm in both 49/67mm but I've never tried to stack them yet. Are you happy using only your CC1? I'm still learning how to process my IR shots and that's why I've only bought one wavelength so far before jumping into others (namely 830nm+.)

    The hot mirror filter I have allows 390nm-720nm in and blocks most everything else to insignificant levels according to specs. I can try to test stacking filters out soon though.
    Not stacking 590 IR and CC1. I'm talking about regular color. I wanted to know if people were finding it necessary to stack CC1 and a B_W 486 Cut filter. I use only the CC1 on my A6000 for color.

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    HiredArm, That is a good plan to get one IR filter down before moving on to others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Not stacking 590 IR and CC1. I'm talking about regular color. I wanted to know if people were finding it necessary to stack CC1 and a B_W 486 Cut filter. I use only the CC1 on my A6000 for color.
    Okay I misunderstood. Is the CC1 a IR/UV cut filter? I'm not familiar with all the various model designations but rather what they do. In that situation I just use the Kolari Hot Mirror UV/IR cut filter to return to normal color.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiredArm View Post
    Okay I misunderstood. Is the CC1 a IR/UV cut filter? I'm not familiar with all the various model designations but rather what they do. In that situation I just use the Kolari Hot Mirror UV/IR cut filter to return to normal color.
    Maxmax CC1 and the Kolari Vision Color Correcting Hot Mirror Filter (UV/IR cut filter) have a similar graph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Maxmax CC1 and the Kolari Vision Color Correcting Hot Mirror Filter (UV/IR cut filter) have a similar graph.
    Got it and was the B+W 486 the filter that had IR bleed through contamination? Maybe that's why he stacked them.
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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    The sky above the farm, this morning ...
    Still FS G1 with external 850nm filter

    5-shot (vertical) pano, stitched in LR6


    Straight shot with 14-45 kit lens


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    Rafael, The sky is amazing!

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    The sky above the farm, this morning ...
    Still FS G1 with external 850nm filter

    5-shot (vertical) pano, stitched in LR6


    Straight shot with 14-45 kit lens


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    Trying one last time to post here before giving up and walking away. (Attempted to post here 2x one with an image and both times the new procedure ate the post)

    I hadn't thought about stacking filters until this morning and looking forward to trying it. The problem I currently have (besides to post this) is I broke the shutter (snapped the post) as I was working my way north to Tahoe earlier this month. I tried to fix it but only made it worse. I do have a spare A7r that has been sent in along with the broken body to Life Pixel so I should be back to shooting WS/IR by the end of the month.

    I had just begun testing shooting IR flash with a QF80 and thanks to Ken Doo saw great results and look forward to continuing this later on.

    I also was given the chance to try a Leaf Credo WS 50 while in Tahoe and kept it for the drive back to Tucson. Working a WS/IR digital back on a tech camera opens up a whole new area for me. And since this thread sucks without an image this is the first 2-shot pano I used using the Credo WS 50 on my WRS/40 HR.

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    Charming!

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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    A few from yesterday. A stitched panorama from 18 shots with the A7R+55FE+850nm filter

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    This one is with the 35FE Distagon+IR590 filter

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    This one is with the 35 FE Distagon+IR850 filter

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    Tre, Beautiful photos and very nice processing.

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    A few from yesterday. A stitched panorama from 18 shots with the A7R+55FE+850nm filter

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    This one is with the 35FE Distagon+IR590 filter

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    This one is with the 35 FE Distagon+IR850 filter

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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    Pano (shot vertically) stitched in LR6
    FS G1 with 14-45 and 850nm filter
    Sepia from NIK Silver EFEX



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    720nm Infrared using flash - Sony A7r (converted to wide spectrum) along with a Zhongyi Speedmaster 50mm (f/.95) lens. A 720nm filter was attached to the lens as well as to the QFlash (using a QF80). f/18 1/125 ISO 200. This was the first testing of this setup as the Sony had just returned from Life Pixel. More to follow - Don

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    Another one from last night experimenting with a Q-Flash T2 and QF80 reflector. Sony A7r and FE24-70 (42mm) with a 720nm filter attached to both the lens and flash head. f/11 1/100 ISO 200

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    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.
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    This is my first attempt at IR. These are the first pics I've taken in IR, and with my new A6000. Just a novice, of course, and I have a lot to learn, especially about post processing.

    I just had a new Sony A6000 converted to dual spectrum by Kolari, and I am shooting with a Sigma 30mm f2.8.... my only lens so far. Any comments/ criticism is appreciated.
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    Just trying my old NEX 5N (720nm) on the Cambo Actus with 55mm Rodenstock APO-Grandagon. This is cropped from a 6 image stitch.

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    Still working the kinks out of capturing IR with a flash...

    End result of using a Sony A7r and 50 f/.95 shot in wide spectrum along with a Q-flash T2 and IR QF80 reflector (used a bare bulb this time.)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunpilot View Post
    This is my first attempt at IR. These are the first pics I've taken in IR, and with my new A6000. Just a novice, of course, and I have a lot to learn, especially about post processing.

    I just had a new Sony A6000 converted to dual spectrum by Kolari, and I am shooting with a Sigma 30mm f2.8.... my only lens so far. Any comments/ criticism is appreciated.
    Congratulations on the new camera. I especially like the shot of the orange tree!
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    Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC
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    Boat Rides in the Cyprus Swamp
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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    very strange cloud above our garden, late this afternoon ...
    Never mind the darker vertical lines, caused by stitching the 4 pictures making up the panorama ...
    Do you also see the eyes in the sky, or is it just me having had too much vodka ???



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    Raf,
    That is a strange cloud. That is one of my favorite things about IR...the fact that you can see cloud detail that the naked eye did not see.
    I do see the eyes....I didn't see them at first, but now I do. Spooky!




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    very strange cloud above our garden, late this afternoon ...
    Never mind the darker vertical lines, caused by stitching the 4 pictures making up the panorama ...
    Do you also see the eyes in the sky, or is it just me having had too much vodka ???



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    One of many I took from the Seattle Space Needle

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    Boats-1 by Cindy Flood, on Flickr
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    Cindy, really nice work. I thought liked the first image (swamp) until I saw the second (cemetery) - beautiful!

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    And it just gets better with boats. Great work

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    Thank you, Don. I really love infrared. It is always a surprise to find out what you have.
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    some b/w ir from Central Park here in NYC
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    Simply Magical Cindy!

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    Great photo. The subject matter is very interesting and the colors are surreal. Is there any way to make the sky a blue color without losing the other colors in this shot? I am referring to the "boats-1" in the Cypress swamp...sorry

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    Simply Magical Cindy!
    Thanks, Marc.

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    Great photo. The subject matter is very interesting and the colors are surreal. Is there any way to make the sky a blue color without losing the other colors in this shot? I am referring to the "boats-1" in the Cypress swamp...sorry
    Frank, I did not flip the channels in this one. I like the gold sky/blue foliage look sometimes and just decide to leave it that way. In this case, I liked the gold light on the trees because it looked warm, and I thought the blue boats looked good against the warm tones.
    If you bring the photo (as it is now) to Photoshop and duplicate the layer, you can now flip the channels on the top layer and put a black mask on it (to hide the flipped channels). You are now looking at the original (unflipped) photo, and can paint blue into the sky and reflection without changing the rest of the photo.
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    Thanks, Marc.

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    Frank, I did not flip the channels in this one. I like the gold sky/blue foliage look sometimes and just decide to leave it that way. In this case, I liked the gold light on the trees because it looked warm, and I thought the blue boats looked good against the warm tones.
    If you bring the photo (as it is now) to Photoshop and duplicate the layer, you can now flip the channels on the top layer and put a black mask on it (to hide the flipped channels). You are now looking at the original (unflipped) photo, and can paint blue into the sky and reflection without changing the rest of the photo.
    I have so much to learn...keep up the great work, I enjoy seeing the photos and different techniques. I'm really getting an appreciation of IR from all the great photos posted in this forum.
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    Keep Reaching Out
    Sony A6000, 16-35 f/4 FE, 590nm

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    For those interested I just picked up both of my Zeiss Batis Lenses today. Both show IR hotspots stopped down with my 590nm although the 25 isn't as obvious as the 85. I haven't tried shooting them with my IR850 although I may do that this afternoon if it stops raining. Just passing on the information that I've learned. The Sony Zeiss 35/1.4 and 55/1.8 both work great for IR photography.

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