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Nice series Fred



#N499 - "Cherry blossom - IR"

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Fred_S Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 May 2021 at 19:23
Thanks Michael! The cherry blossoms work well in IR !


Here few more from the same series, not converted to BW

#1 Looking east



#2 Looking west



#3 Tulips



#4 Commercial meets nature



#5 Ter Coulster estate


NEX-5N full spectrum converted + Sony 18-55 OSS +680nm


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No need to convert to monochrome - the subtle colours here work very well IMO.
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#N500 - "Olympia Triumphans by Martin Mayer"

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Originally posted by Petrochemist Petrochemist wrote:

No need to convert to monochrome - the subtle colours here work very well IMO.

Thanks Mike!
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Originally posted by Micholand Micholand wrote:



#N500 - "Olympia Triumphans by Martin Mayer"

Less subtle colours but it works too !
 



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Still with same combo
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#N501 - "Ferris wheel 'Umadum' at Munich Werksviertel"

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Great IR image, Michael - with a certain dystopian twist, I like it!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Micholand Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31 May 2021 at 19:34
Glad you like Harald
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If you called it "Chernobyl" I would believe it was conventional color LOL! Nice!
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#N502- "Exhibition 'art and capital crime' in the Bavarian National Museum"

NEX-5N (full-spectrum converted) | Sony 16-35/4 ZA OSS | IR715




#N503- "Place in front of Bavarian National Museum"

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Post Options Post Options   Quote 4paul Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 June 2021 at 21:32
Hey if someone could answer a question for me - I couldn't find a good answer - I'm sure it's here on Dyxum somewhere!

What do outdoor photos look like full-spectrum without a filter? For example, a city without foliage? I've seen indoor portraits with full-spectrum, but not "general" photos. Are they all blown out or would a super fast Shutter Speed work? What about bird photos, where the bird is in the shade, (or a cloudy day?) would full-spectrum get more light and therefore lower ISO for the same F/SS?

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Petrochemist Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 June 2021 at 10:57
Originally posted by 4paul 4paul wrote:

Hey if someone could answer a question for me - I couldn't find a good answer - I'm sure it's here on Dyxum somewhere!

What do outdoor photos look like full-spectrum without a filter? For example, a city without foliage? I've seen indoor portraits with full-spectrum, but not "general" photos. Are they all blown out or would a super fast Shutter Speed work? What about bird photos, where the bird is in the shade, (or a cloudy day?) would full-spectrum get more light and therefore lower ISO for the same F/SS?

Cheers thanks!

It depends on the lighting, but colours will often look different.
This can make a hidden subject far more visible - I've used it to photograph green parrots hidden against leaves, the foliage is brighter with IR, while the parrots remained much the same.
Shutter speeds are typically about a stop faster, with my converted cameras the meter is also converted so the image won't get blown out as long as normal photographic procedures are followed.
The only example I have handy from a Sony camera is this one:
industar 50 + crystal by Mike Kanssen, on Flickr

But these shots taken on MFT probably give a better idea of normal usage:
Taken on an overcast day - uniforms here where mainly black to the eye, matching the colour scheme of the car
Full Spectrum grid by Mike Kanssen, on Flickr

& a panorama taken in diffuse sunlight
View from Carnasserie castle_stitch small by Mike Kanssen, on Flickr

Edited by Petrochemist - 02 June 2021 at 11:02
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