Landscape IR

© Omer Sidat

Landscape IR

Uploaded: December 15, 2002

Description

Taken outside Hong Kong Airport. Sony F717 with Hoya R72 IR filter. Original image in Sepia tone, with brightness adjusted for image enhancement.

Comments

Wolfgang Dolak December 15, 2002

So you've taken up IR, Omer. Was waiting for your first shot to come! (I hope it was the first and I have not missed any!)
birdie #15776

Omer Sidat May 26, 2019

Yes Birdie... Finally!!!
I had been fiddling with digitally manupilated IR images, but couldn't even get close to the real thing. I couldn't find an IR filter in my area... so had to wait a long time.

I got a chance to be in Singapore on a work trip..... so I want IR shopping ;) and believe it or not, it turned out to be the toughest thing to find..... Honestly... I just was lucky, cause when I finally found it, it was the ONLY infrared filter in the entire camera market, and it turned out to be the size I was looking for.. 58mm.

During my trip, whatever spare time I got, it went into photography... practicing and trying to get the better of it.

And yes... this is my first post of a genuine IR image.. no fooling around this time... you haven't missed any as yet. Will be posting more soon.

Thanks for the comments... it will keep me going ;)

Ciao
Omer #31827

Omer Sidat May 26, 2019

Here's another IR shot. This time the camera is Sony P30 with Hoya R72 IR filter using a step up adaptor. Original Black & White with brightness adustment only.

Omer #31839


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