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Old 07-30-2010   #1
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Digital I.R.

Hi,
I recently bought a digi converted to IR from MarketKingdom.

I wanted it really for black and white, but the colour is intriguing too but I con't get results in color like 'RealaFan' HERE.

Has anyone some advice, tips and secret recipes?
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Aren't there different IR kits specifically tuned to B/W, color and high color?
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Aren't there different IR kits specifically tuned to B/W, color and high color?
I don't know.
I do know you can use a filter on any digi camera, but these are so dark I think you might need using a tripod. My camera is a complete conversion with hot mirror replaced by a clear (or blue?) filter, this is next to the sensor so not visible from the front of the camera.

The camera's own setting have a choice of color or sepia or black and white.
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Old 07-30-2010   #4
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Blanco Dos,

Well, I am into digital IR, the one by "RealaFan" was PP. If you want to know the recipe, PM me......

What filter did they use for your camera conversion, if the cut-off is 830nm you will not be able to get the same result as it ill most probably be BnW IR.
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Wouldn't the photo by RealaFan be considered more HDR than IR?
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What filter did they use for your camera conversion, if the cut-off is 830nm you will not be able to get the same result as it ill most probably be BnW IR.
They used a 720nm with mine.
I have the black and white, the sepia and the color, though the 'color' is all reds and pinks/magentas before I use a photoshop action which swaps and changes the red and blue channels. (I think?).

This shot is after the ps 'action'. Not so varied colors like realafan.


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Thank you to rizraz for his great help in PMs.
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