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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter De Smidt View Post
    Good stuff, Tuco. Interesting compositions!
    Thanks Peter.

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    Re: Digital IR

    Good work, Randy!
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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post

    Patterson Slough by tuco, on Flickr

    M9, Zeiss 25mm, R72
    A couple of nice images Tuco!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    Randy,

    Correct me if I am wrong, but I think what you are saying is that you use a normal digital camera to capture these images, and then use software to make them look like infrared images. Is that correct?

    What you are coming up with is interesting and visually pleasing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    I meant Digi with no filter of any kind

    One of these days I will shoot my Rollei 400 IR film with Hoya R72, in hand as I write

    Right now I am playing with unaltered Digi in PS to see what that looks like

    I posted those in 'normal' film Tiny Format
    In PS there is an IR filter that can be used when you make a conversion from a RGB file to B&W, and there are other ways to somewhat replicate the look of IR by adjusting the other color filters in the B&W conversion. But there is no way to accurately replicate many of the visual characteristics of IR without the use of a converted camera digital camea or shooting film or a digital camera with a filter in the 680nm to 720 nm range.

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    Re: Digital IR

    Wonderful work, everyone. Good to see a lively digital IR forum!
    I've been having lots of trouble with my LR and PS software, so I haven't produced much of anything IR.
    My presets will randomly disappear in LR, both programs will quit, and every task in LR is followed by a spinning color wheel, effectively de-railing any fine adjustments.
    I just went full RAM (32Gb) and upped the HD to an SSD, so the computer fan has no reason to run non-stop in PS or LR.
    So here's a photo I made last week, processing was incredibly frustrating thanks to the above problems.

    Sony A7r, Tamron 35mm, 720nm.


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    Re: Digital IR

    So far (joke)

    I am using normal iPhone images straight and converting in PS CC only

    I have never shot any IR either film or Digi

    I like the oddness that can be made

    Since I have no historical visual IR reference, I am just fooling around

    Even more, 'True' IR film is lost to the ages, st least from my cursery discovery

    At my tender age of 71, most rules evade my reason

    Play ON!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    So far (joke)

    I am using normal iPhone images straight and converting in PS CC only

    I have never shot any IR either film or Digi

    I like the oddness that can be made

    Since I have no historical visual IR reference, I am just fooling around

    Even more, 'True' IR film is lost to the ages, st least from my cursery discovery

    At my tender age of 71, most rules evade my reason

    Play ON!
    Doesn't Rollei have a true InfraRed film?
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    Yes, I have some right here

    Soon!

    Quote Originally Posted by Willie View Post
    Doesn't Rollei have a true InfraRed film?

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