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Discussion in '(IR) Infrared Images' started by beavens, May 4, 2018.

  1. beavens

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    I'm including the iris from the B&W thread cause it's in the same series that I'm working on.

    Hope you dig them, they've been fun to shoot so far!

    Jeff

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    Delightful set with some very interesting lighting dynamics and depth of focus. Very nice work.

    So can you (or have you already) describe(d) the technical side of these images? Are you using a converted IR sensor on your camera? I am guessing focus stacks given the focal length (35mm).
     
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    Way outa my league here, but these are gorgeous. Where do you find roses and mums this time of year?
     
  4. beavens

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    Absolutely! I'm using a Canon T6 that was converted to 665nm IR by Kolari Vision. No stacking! These are all single exposures at f/11 lit by a single off-camera speedlite that sometimes is behind an umbrella (handheld). IR reacts to flash, so that is the only lighting taking place here. The fun part is that I can still have the regular house lights on and see everything!

    Thanks Ben! I'm glad that you like them. Ha, Costco!!:D

    Jeff
     
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    Camera sensor conversions are the way to go for shooting IR. So much better then the old way of using an actual filter and having to shoot minute long exposures.
     
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    All of these are very good. I will take #1 as my favorite, it's just hard to beat a cool rose shot.
     
  7. beavens

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    Thanks Jim! Just took a alternate rose shot. We'll see if it comes out.:cool:
     
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    Beautiful IR photos.
     
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    Thank you, Bob!
     

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