After the full spectrum modification of the Lumix DMC-TZ8, I took it out for a test drive with the Hoya 720nm IR filter. On the whole I was delighted with the quality of the infrared images created.
Popped out to the shops today and as it was lovely and clear I thought, why not take the Powershot A1400 and do some digital infrared?
After a cloudy start it turned into a clear but windy day. Still, it was an opportunity to take out the DSLR and R72 filter for some infrared photography.
It was a lovely sunny day again, so it was a chance to take the R72 IR filter to Águas Boas for some infrared urban photography. These images are taken from the JPGs rather than using the RAW files and were processed in SnapSeed. They came out rather well.
I’ve been wanting to dabble with infrared (IR) photography for a while. The last time was in the early 1980s, with Kodak’s famous infrared film, but that’s not been available for a long time. I bought a little Canon digital to turn into a full-spectrum camera (more about that soon) but in the meantime IContinue reading “Experiments with Infrared, 18 March 2022”