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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

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    I bought this NEX-7 from Cindy Flood about 5 years ago and am just really messing around with it now. I'll try to get a few up in the following days/weeks. I am VERY new to IR (655nm) so any suggestions and advice would be greatly appreciated. I am trying to get nice blue skies, but it is proving a challenge. With Canon 24-70 f4L.

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    Joel, I would take photo into PS. Convert to Profile > lab color. Then CTRL-M to bring up a curves adjustment. Under channel, pick b. Move the left side of the curve in. You can play around with curves in lab and see if you want blue brighter or lighter. Then Convert to profile back to your regular editing profile (mine is prophoto). You might need to do a hue/sat adjustment now and just work on the blue channel. ....see if that gets you any closer to what you want.
    The lab color space is very powerful in bringing out the colors.
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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    Quote Originally Posted by JoelM View Post
    I bought this NEX-7 from Cindy Flood about 5 years ago and am just really messing around with it now. I'll try to get a few up in the following days/weeks. I am VERY new to IR (655nm) so any suggestions and advice would be greatly appreciated. I am trying to get nice blue skies, but it is proving a challenge. With Canon 24-70 f4L.

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    Your photo is very nice. I don't find the sky objectionable.
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ID:	141043 I think you have to get used to the fact that these are false colors and don't always come out as you expect (but that is the fun of it.) After using the LR camera profile (that I gave you) and taking it into PS and swapping the channels, try the LAB adjustment. Then do hue/saturation adjustments. If you are still not where you want to be, just play with it. Maybe others can add some tips.
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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    Thanks Cindy,

    I really appreciate your help.

    Cheers!
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    Re: "Capturing Infrared with Sigma 16/1.4 with Sony Axxx?

    Hello, I am currently very interested to "upgrade" my Supercolor converted A6000. This lens seems to be really sharp at a great price. I've searching through the web for info including Lifepixel and Kolari hotspot databases but no luck yet.
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    I've found at Kolari's (not at lens hotspot database) the Sigma 16/1.4 is awful for infrared.

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    Sony ILCE-5100 mod>850nm

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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    A couple of garden shots with the Canon EOS R (FS) RF 24-105 L + Hoya R72 filter.



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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    Yates Mill park in Raleigh on the first day of summer.



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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    Test images taken with the Kolari IRChrome filter on the Canon EOS R FS. I expected OOC images with predominantly red vegetation hue, but they were mostly orange. Requires a bit of HSL adjustment to get anywhere near the adverised look. I created a custom in camera white balance using shot of an 18% gray card.



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    One more with the Canon EOS R (FS) and Kolari IRChrome filter. Custom white balance in camera using 18% gray card. These are SOOC colors with no hue adjustments. Focus was on the robin.

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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    The infrared reflecting glass in the windows of this building created a surreal landscape mural. Canon EOS R (FS) RF24-105 L Kolari IRChrome filter.

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    Re: "Capturing Infrared"

    A warm/neutral splittone conversion of a full spectrum Canon EOS R RF35/1.8 + Kolari IRChrome filter shot




    The original color version:

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