Infrared Photography

I converted my 300D to Infrared at the weekend. I will write more about the conversion soon, and also about the post processing.

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One thing you choose in post processing is the colour of the sky, but even choosing the exposure levels is really hard. I don’t know which exposures I prefer, let alone the blue vs. red sky

Update 10.02.08: More on the conversion here

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4 Responses to Infrared Photography

  1. Helena says:

    You’ll have to give me a lesson in it sometime – I’ve got an infra red lens sitting at home that I got last year but have never used!

  2. Anton says:

    lol – the first set of infrared photos I take and you want lessons…

    I plan to write a few more posts about it, so that might give you some ideas – but most of it is to have some fun and see what you get. Most of my shots above are -1 EV exposure (I used 1 stop EV bracketing).

  3. Andy Piper says:

    So does this mean the 300D is now “permanently” infrared?

    These are beautiful images. Nice one.

  4. Anton says:

    Yes – the camera is “permanently” infrared – I can convert it back in the same way, but I probably never will

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