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    Infrared

    here are a few Infrared photos taken just a few days ago with the 300d/digital rebel. please keep in mind that IR shots from most cameras usually come out completely red or magenta so post processing is almost a requirement. i invite y'all to share your infrared pics as well

    this one was done with a Kodak Wratten 89b infrared gelatin filter
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    this one was done with the canon 17-40mm L and a Hoya R72 infrared filter
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    Nice.
    This is exactly what I want to do.
    Cant get a Hoya R72 filter here though. You would be surprised to know that I am unable to get a hoya R72 at any of the local stores in Tokyo !
    I think I will have to order from US ...
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    Very nice effects, especially the mountain photo.

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    thanks for the kind words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReF
    this one was done with the canon 17-40mm L and a Hoya R72 infrared filter
    That picture is awesome! Not being familiar with IR filters, what were the normal lighting conditions like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kornhauser
    That picture is awesome! Not being familiar with IR filters, what were the normal lighting conditions like?
    thanks! i normally only shoot IR pics when it is bright and sunny, otherwise, shots either look dull or there is not enough light to use with a setting of: small aperture + ISO 400 or lower (with the camera's built-in IR blocking filter in place). the shot with the mountains was taken shortly after sunrise, while the one of the trees was taken in the afternoon.

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    I was so fasinated by your shots that I went on eBay last night and checked the cost of IR filters. I found the prices running between $90.00 and $150.00 dollars. Is that normal? Would need a 58mm filter, but would love to attempt some of the shots like you took.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kornhauser
    I was so fasinated by your shots that I went on eBay last night and checked the cost of IR filters. I found the prices running between $90.00 and $150.00 dollars. Is that normal? Would need a 58mm filter, but would love to attempt some of the shots like you took.
    Yes, I've seen IR filters going at bargain prices at eBay. I don't normally use em, but after looking at the mountain pic, I'm becoming enticed to get one too!

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    yed very nice, i like dreamy effect that IR filter can do.

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