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Debbie Crowe
 

Infrared in Digital?


I saw some unbelieveable pictures this morning using infrared. The scene was at a cemetary taken of a stone lion and done in black and white. I have never seen anything so interesting. The sky around the lion was just as interesting as the stone lion. How is the world is this done? I have a Canon XTI. Am I a candidate to take pictures like this?
thanks, Debbie


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5/30/2008 10:40:25 AM

 
Carolyn  M. Fletcher
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  I don't think so..I know many of the point and shoots can do IR with a filter, but I think Canon DSLRs have to be converted..Somebody will come along and tell you for sure.


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5/30/2008 11:20:42 AM

 
Ken Smith
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  I enjoy shooting IR, but I had my Digital Rebel converted to IR...several hundred dollars. Otherwise, you have to use a Hoya IR filter and lengthy exposures...too much trouble! Or, use an older style camera that's more conducive to IR. I have some links at home I can send on IR photography, if you're interested.. Just hit my contact button and let me know.

Also, there are software filters that replicate IR..so it's possible somoene used software.


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5/30/2008 3:45:01 PM

 
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