Tag: infrared

A Different Color To Look At

This photo was shot with my Full Spectrum converted Olympus 12.3 E-PL1, the Olympus 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 Ver. II R Lens and I also use the Tiffen 58mm 47 Filter (Blue) to get this amazing color. I also used the Photoshop plugin Topaz Detail to enhanced the detail of the photo. Topaz Detail is a product by Topaz Adjust that […]

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Urban Landscape IR Photo

Here’s another IR Photograph I shot with the Olympus PEN E-PL1. I used the  Tiffen 58mm 47 Filter (Blue) to get the color. I really like this new filter better than my previous one the IR 720nm. The #47 Blue filter gives me rich color rendition.

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Using the Tiffen #47 Blue Filter with the Full Spectrum PEN E-PL1

I recently bought a Tiffen 58mm 47 Filter (Blue) for use with my Full Spectrum Converted Pen E-PL1. Since getting the camera seven months ago (July 2013), I have been using the 720nm and 850nm ir filter for my Black and White IR landscapes.

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Infrared Landscape in Black and White

If I remember it right, I made this photo July of 2013. This was made with my Full Spectrum OLYMPUS 12.3 Megapixel E-PL1 Pen Camera with the version 1 Sigma 19mm F2.8 EX DN -Micro 4/3 , I also have the Hoya 58mm RM-72 Infrared Filter. — Please click here to buy a print of […]

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Infrared HDR Panorama With my PEN E-PL1 Full Spectrum

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Trees, Another Infrared Photo

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The Pond. A Infrared Landscape taken with the Olympus PEN E-PL1 and Sigma 19mm F/2.8 DN Lens

Here’s a photo I shot today with the full spectrum converted PEN E-PL1 and the Sigma 19mm F/2.8 DN Lens. Why Full Spectrum? I am really happy with the result and glad that I went with the full spectrum instead of a converted camera with a 720nm or 850nm filter. For me the huge advantage […]

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IR test Photos from my Full Spectrum Pen E-PL1 MFT with the 19mm Sigma DN Lens

Finally, last weekend I got the 720nm Filter I ordered, for some reason the 850nm was Mis-Shipped, according to USPS. Here are some photos from the test I did last Sunday. I was impressed and really satisfied with the result. In the test I used my Sigma 19mm F/2.8 DN Lens, because it’s the widest […]

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Full Spectrum Converted Olympus PEN E-PL1

I now have two E-PL1, above is a Full Spectrum converted Olympus PEN E-PL1. This allows UV, Visible and IR Light, making it useful for both astrophotography, and infrared photography. However for Infrared photography I would need to use IR Filters. I already bought a 58mm 720nm for color IR and a 58mm 850nm for […]

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Exploring Infrared Photography

For this IR photo I use an old Sony DSC-V3 point and shoot camera, night shot enabled and then I use a IR Filter and a ND Filter. Here’s the setup http://goo.gl/Q8JVS, this is the older sony camera that I also used http://goo.gl/ZpuxQ, more info:http://goo.gl/ud0df

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How to Start In Infrared (IR) Photography

The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. Taken at 36.48mm with a Sony DSC-V3. Download Hi-Res | Buy Print First of all, why shoot in Infrared? What’s so special about Infrared Photography? Well, for me it’s just amazing to see an IR Photograph. Let’s take for example the photo above, IR gives […]

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Street Lamp

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The Infrared Ring II

The Infrared Ring. High Resolution Copy available in my Gallery, please click on the photo. This Infrared Photo was taken using a Sony DSC-V3 point and shoot camera. Aperture F/2.8, at 7mm, ISO 320, Shutter Speed 1/30. ManufacturerSONYModel NameDSC-V3Exposure ProgramNormal ProgramExposure Time1/30F Number3.2ISO250Focal Length9.9mmMetering ModeCenter weighted average

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The Infrared Ring

The Infrared Ring. High Resolution Copy available in my Gallery, please click on the photo. This Infrared Photo was taken using a Sony DSC-V3 point and shoot camera. Aperture F/2.8, at 7mm, ISO 320, Shutter Speed 1/30. ManufacturerSONYModel NameDSC-V3Exposure ProgramNormal ProgramExposure Time1/30F Number2.8ISO320Focal Length7mmMetering ModeCenter weighted averageTitleThe Ring I

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Infrared Photography With Sony’s Nightshot Enabled Cameras

Infrared Photography is really getting much attention lately and for those people interested to venture into the IR world and wondering on what camera they can use for basic IR Photography, my answer are the Sony Prosumer Point and Shoot. I created two post for two of the cameras I used: For starters, you don’t […]

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Simple Infrared Photography with Sony Cybershot DSC-V3

Click on the Photo to Enlarge. For more than a year I have been using my old 5mp Sony Cybershot DSC-V1 for simple infrared photography. Last month I upgraded it to a Sony Cybershot DSC-V3, which you can see on the photo on the right. The Sony DSC-V3 is an upgraded version of the DSC-V1 […]

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The Ring. Infrared Photo for Day 12.

Another Infrared Photo for today’s Photo of the Day. It was taken this morning using a Sony DSC-V3

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Urban Landscape – DC Metro. Day 9

Infrared Urban Landscape Photo of Alexandria King St. Metro Station. This is part of the Infrared Photo Collection I’m working on. This was taken yesterday when I got off the Alexandria King St. Metro Station. As I was walking along King St. just passing by the metro railway above, I look up and saw a […]

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Up In The Sky. Day 3

Taken today with my Sony Cybershot DSC-V3 7mp point and shoot camera, with adapter tube and R72 720nm infrared filter by opteka.

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Infrared Photography using the Sony Cybershot DSC-v1

What is infrared photography? According to wikipedia.org, in infrared photography, the film or image sensor used is sensitive to infrared light. The part of the spectrum used is referred to as near-infrared to distinguish it from far-infrared, which is the domain of thermal imaging. Wavelengths used for photography range from about 700 nm to about […]

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