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Infrared bridge

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Tried out my girlfriends new infrared filter.
Image size
700x700px 328.36 KB
Shutter Speed
300/10 second
Focal Length
50 mm
Date Taken
Nov 7, 2007, 3:28:24 PM
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ChasingShadowsPhoto's avatar
The entire composition, colors (lack thereof) and lighting... is just... wow. Seriously wow.
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ANikonProdigy's avatar
ive got an ir850 filter, itd take me an exposure of a week to get a shot at F.22 lol
amazing shot the reflection was caught rather perfectly infrared is really good to get into i suggest spending the money on the filter its well worth it
Rovanite's avatar
Hey, amazing shot! I have a question though. OK, I bought an Infrared filter (HOYA R72), and I have a Nikon D40, which I assume has similar (just less) features compared to the D70. I tried taking a pic but it keeps turning out all red. I also tried setting the white balance to a pre-set setting and it still does the same. so how did you make it look like that?

Once again, superb shot! :D
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polly-travka's avatar
Perfectly well !!!
Lieh's avatar
wAaaauw its really beautiful!!!!

DrNewtonD's avatar
Love the infrared.
jlynn0316's avatar
What kind of a camera do you use and filter? THis is if you dont mind.
MisfitSabbath2's avatar
Awesome photo, very dream like. :+fav:
Jensi's avatar
Featured this wonderful photo in my journal. :rose:
If you don't want to see your work there, just let me know.
bia37's avatar
wow this shot is amazing....
im just a beginning into learning o nthe different things u can do with photos...how do i get started to do an infrared filter...
Sielunvihollinen's avatar
Very lovely picture. That infrared filter creates a dreamlike athmosphere. *_*
WolfTraveller's avatar
Excellent picture. Nice and clear
I remember when I use to use infrared 35mm film. It's alot easier taking pics with digital.
You don't even need the filter. Some programs like photoshop have a plugin that will make any picture infrared. There are also plugins and standalone infrared programs. Thought I mention it in case you already have paint shop pro or photoshop etc..
Keep in mind the filter is the better option, because as Tim said you can see what your taking at that point.
Runaque's avatar
Looks great! ;)
Wish-I-Was-Good's avatar
Ok im clueless to how to do IR photo's but I really want to get into it.

2 questions.
Can it be done with a Nikon D50?
If so, what do I need?
rolloxan's avatar
long time ago I realise, buttttt



Tim-Reynalds's avatar
im fair sure it can, and id go for a hoya R72 infrared filter.
Wish-I-Was-Good's avatar
OK so its not like a setting on the Camera itself. Just the Filter?
Sorry I am brand new to digital so I know nothing.

Thanks for the help.
Tim-Reynalds's avatar
yeah its just the filter, put it on and only infrared light can get into the camera. ive got a d80 and im gona get an infrared filter soon coz ma mates got one and their so cool.
Wish-I-Was-Good's avatar
AWESOME! Thank you very much for your help. :)
Tim-Reynalds's avatar
no problem :) oh if you put an infrared filter on ur lens, because you have an slr you probably wont be able to see anything throught the viewfinder, just to let you know
Tim-Reynalds's avatar
it will still take infrared pictures though and you'l be able to see the picture when its been taken.
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