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More infrared...

This is becoming contagious and I can see it's time to branch out...
...to new subjects. The higher iso sensitivity of the 16mp sensor makes hand-held shots with a near-black filter very fun.





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Re: More infrared...

I think you are right. I have an R72 filter that I need to put in the bag to get out and use more.
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Re: More infrared...

Nice to see more IR.
I've got it easy with a converted camera, but when you mentioned 'new subjects' I was expecting something other than the IR standard of lone trees however well executed.
IR portraits are challenging without a converted camera, but the changed light n have a dramatic effect.
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Re: More infrared...

Quite correct, Mike, 'twas the realization as I posted that I'd already fallen into the lone tree rut, so will look for new subjects in the next go-round.
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