Washington Monument Across Memorial Bridge
November 22, 2009
Camera : Sony DSC-V1 Cyber-shot 5MP Digital Camera
Nightshot : Enabled to remove the IR blocking filter
IR Filter : 52mm, 950nm IR Filter
Lens Filter Tube : 52mm
Focal Length : 9.1 mm
ISO : 200
Exposure : 1/8sec. at f/3.2
Weather Condition: Bright Sunny Day
If you are interested in getting into IR Photography you will need a IR Filter like these:
- Opteka HD² 52mm R72 720nm Infrared X-Ray IR Filter or Hoya 52mm RM-72 Infrared Filter
- And an IR capable camera like the Sony DSC-V1 Cyber-shot 5MP Digital Camera w/ 4x Optical Zoom
Here is a good site to get some information on how to use the Sony DSC-V1 Cyber-shot 5MP Digital Camera w/ 4x Optical Zoom for infrared photography.
Digital Infrared Photography: Professional Techniques and Images
Presenting advances in infrared photography, which has long been an artful alternative to traditional color or black-and-white photography, this guide provides tips for creating vivid infrared prints. Previsualizing the effects of infrared light on a subject, successfully using Adobe Photoshop to heighten the effects of infrared images, and creative toning and framing strategies are discussed. The savings from shooting digitally and using imaging programs during development are also detailed. Before-and-after photographs paired with instructive text provide a visual approach to this ethereal photography form.