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Summer Glade

By DalesLass  
Iíve been using an old Canon 40d converted to 720mn infrared and really enjoyed do so. So much so Iíve gone ahead and had my Sony A7 converted to full spectrum. This an image taken on that A7.
Iím doing some false colour as well but my editing software, which is Lightroom, canít edit them. At least I know I canít the white balance right. I researching Capture One and would be interested to hear any thoughts on it. Especially with regards to infrared editing.
Many thanks for looking and reading,
Jude

Tags: Mono Grass Infrared Trees Chatsworth Landscape and travel Chatsworth Park

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17 Jul 2021 5:26PM
Mkaes for a perfect dreamscape .. such amazingly subtle tones in the IR
Tony
dudler Plus
18 1.7k 1884 England
17 Jul 2021 9:21PM
Full spectrum and a handful of filters - I found (after having my A7 done) from the chap's website that an orange filter gives interesting results with no extra faffing, really. Who did your conversion, if you don't mind my asking?
DalesLass Plus
10 3.5k United Kingdom
17 Jul 2021 10:33PM

Quote:Full spectrum and a handful of filters - I found (after having my A7 done) from the chap's website that an orange filter gives interesting results with no extra faffing, really. Who did your conversion, if you don't mind my asking?


Hi John, yes Iíve got an orange filter for my false colour. Looking forward to processing some of the ones Iíve taken as soon as sort myself with Capture One. Alan Burch did the conversion. My partner had already used him so I knew he was a good guy to use.
dudler Plus
18 1.7k 1884 England
18 Jul 2021 8:44AM
He did my Alpha, as well. Interesting website, too, with lots of info... And a link to a site with assessments of IR hotspots for quite a lot of lenses...
DalesLass Plus
10 3.5k United Kingdom
18 Jul 2021 11:38AM

Quote:He did my Alpha, as well. Interesting website, too, with lots of info... And a link to a site with assessments of IR hotspots for quite a lot of lenses...


It is a very good website and heís always ready to answer questions by email as well. Iíd highly recommend him.

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