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    Re: 35mm and digital infrared

    That is cool! I never thought of IR video.......

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    Re: 35mm and digital infrared

    Another nice image, Jon. Does the converted D800 always produce images with that coloration or have you done that in post-processing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Kirsten View Post
    Another nice image, Jon. Does the converted D800 always produce images with that coloration or have you done that in post-processing?
    Thanks Barry!

    I wish I had a IR converted D800, but this image was made with my old Nikon D70. This coloration is typical of the standard IR filter provided by Life Pixel. I would say that 90% of the images start with this coloration. Sometimes it works, but not always. When it does not work, the best solution is to convert it to black and white. In fact, it can be a problem to tone the 'red' down.

    I do have a Nikon D800, but it is my main 'normal' non-LF camera. I can't afford to replace it yet, so it will not get converted to IR.

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    Re: 35mm and digital infrared

    A non-modified digital camera with IR filter over the lens can be used as well.
    The exposure times at ISO 100 will run into seconds but the IR effect is as good as it gets.
    You may need to create a special profile for Adobe Raw Converter to deal with the color temperature (extensive Red).

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    Re: 35mm and digital infrared

    Thanks for the clarification, Jon, I got the model number mixed up wither others' posts. Some of the images in this thread are amazing. As a complete novice to serious digital cameras (I do have a point and shoot) I imagine that a converted camera has an IR filter mounted in front of the sensor. However it's done the results are very interesting in their own right.

    Thanks also Sergey. I've never shot IR, digital or film. A friend gave me several rolls of Rollei IR film in 120. I'd better get me the appropriate filter and have a play with it.

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