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Old 12-02-2013   #1
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Let's see your IR shots film or digital

I could not find an IR thread, so I thought I would start one. Lets see your ir shots film or digital.

To start it off here are some ir shots from my recently acquired Olympus epl1 converted to 715nm ir.

Anyway here is a pair - original and B&W conversion using FX Pro 2.





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Because the IR conversion is for 715nm conversions, anything that has any blue in it will come thru.




This one was converted to B&W using Silver FX Pro 2


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Old 12-02-2013   #2
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I did this years ago in Glacier Montana with a Nikon D1x and 87c filter. A couple of years ago I had a Nikon D3100 converted to 850nm. Works great.
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Old 12-02-2013   #3
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Nice... It has been over 25 years since I have been in that area.
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Took this out of an airplane window with a Full Spectrum EPL-1, using a 850nm filter. IR is a lot of fun, but I'm still figuring out what looks good.


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Old 12-03-2013   #11
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Back in June I shot my last roll of Kodak HIE on a visit to Highgate Cemetery.

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Ep1 IR conversion, 20 1.7 + 14 2.5 mostly






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Old 12-03-2013   #14
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IR is fun, but eventually, there is a sameness to many of my shots. I guess I should point the camera somewhere there is no foliage.
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Old 12-03-2013   #15
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Yeah.. I agree.. But I do find that a converted camera is much more enjoyable to use then a camera that is using a ir filter which is not getting all the light because that ir light needs to fight is way thru the built in low pass filter next to the sensor.

It is a nice change of pace to shoot ir occasionally. I was thinking that on vacation, when u can't control the weather and u are tied of shooting those gloomy overcast shots, then an ir shot converted to b&w could be the answer.

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I love the look of IR photos, not something I've ever tried, but I do love seeing the results.
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After Efke left town, I only shoot SFX now. Here are a couple of Ekfe IR shots:






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Old 12-15-2013   #23
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Remember the Puff and Fresh commercial? Well this ain't it...



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One of my favorite uses for the M8 :)
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One of my favorite uses for the M8 :)


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Old 12-20-2013   #27
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That's right m8 has no ir cut filter . Nice
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That's right m8 has no ir cut filter . Nice
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Best non-modded digital camera for IR that Ive ever used! Wish I knew of a cheaper (APS or larger) off the shelf options that's as good.
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Old 12-20-2013   #29
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Mighty fine pictures there, enero! What filter do you use on the M8? I'm presently using a cheap Cokin 007 so I'm wondering if it'll make any difference to upgrade.
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Mighty fine pictures there, enero! What filter do you use on the M8? I'm presently using a cheap Cokin 007 so I'm wondering if it'll make any difference to upgrade.
Thanks! I have a bunch of cheapo Polaroid branded IR720's, They're dirt cheap (around 20 bucks each) and I havent had a problem with them yet Compared to the B+W filter that Ive had for 20 years, I get the exact same results.

Is the picture above from your M8? I love the tone!
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Hey thanks for the info! Great, I'll stick with the cheap stuff. Yup, the pic is from the M8.
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Reflections off of the pool and cloudy overcast day. Olympus EPL1 w/ Panasonic 20mm



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Mala Mala, South Africa. Lumix G3 IR converted, 14-45mm lens.

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Kodak Aerographic 2424, a 70mm film with the same emulsion as HIE. It was cut down and respooled as 120. Shot with the normal 25A red filter I always used. Unfortunately Kodak stopped making this film around 1995. Image was digitally hand colored.



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Walk around my local reservoir.. used the Panasonic 45-200, all hand held shots. Some converted to B&W using SP2.













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I have a roll of Efke here:
http://togetherwekill90291.blogspot....antikwalk.html

I only used a dark orange filter though, so not totally IR, but I like the look.
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Old 01-29-2014   #39
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Overcast day, so I decided to take my IR converted Olympus EPL1 out using the Sigma 50f2.8



This shot converted to B&W using SP2


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Old 03-09-2014   #40
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Kind of looks like snow on the ground sometimes with these IR shots.. Anyway some new shots..







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