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Old 25th July 2011
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What to do with your EP1

I am waiting for my EP3 to arrive and was thinking what to do with the EP1.
Well I attached an IR filter and had some fun. This is my first attemp at IR but it looks like the EP1 will do ok with more practice.
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Re: What to do with your EP1

I like them! Is it an external filter or did you convert the EP1? If external what grade of IR and what exposure times?
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Re: What to do with your EP1

Those are nice IR photos. I'd like to know which level of IR filter it was too.
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Re: What to do with your EP1

I like these.....

I'd like to know what filter too was used and if there is much post processing to get the images.

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Re: What to do with your EP1

Hi Creigb,Ross and Paul
Thanks for comments I was very surprised at the results , I used a Hoya 72 screw on filter exposure times around 4 sec. PP consisted of red/blue channel swap and convert to b&w adjust levels. I had tried this filter on the E510 and E3 with no result the lighter filter in the pen must be the difference it is very addictive and a lot of fun.
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