Creek in infrared

© Todd Deery

Creek in infrared

Saul Aleman 11/6/2005 7:23:31 AM

How do you get those shots? I have a Canon EOS 20D and am not sure if I can do that. Great pics by the way! #339108

Todd Deery 11/6/2005 11:26:52 AM

Hi Saul, Thank you. I used a Hoya R72 infrared filter with a custom white balance setting. I then used the channel mixer in Photoshop to swap the red and blue channels. I'm not sure about the IR sensitivity of your Canon. #2041467

Kay Kenny 11/17/2005 5:22:59 AM

I have a canon 20d also,and I recently purchased a nikon coolpix 5400 to convert to an infrared camera because I don't think the canon lends itself to that very well. I also wanted a camera to devote solely to infrared images.

kay #2086611

Tina Davidson 11/17/2005 7:55:31 AM

Todd - I am in awe of this picture. I used to shot almost exclusively B/W infrared and miss it immensely since swithching to digital. Did you have your digital camera permanently fitted for IR?? If so - did you then use the R72 in addition? Swapping the channels is ingenious. Sorry - I'm still in awe... Tina #2087317

Laura Clay-Ballard 12/1/2005 12:54:31 PM

stunning! #2142410

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Camera: Nikon D50 Digital SLR Camera

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