Some More Infrared Photography

In this article I present some new infrared images, mostly taken with an infrared converted Canon 350D. For these shots I used a lens that others have warned not to use for infrared photography.
Infrared photography with a Canon 400D
This is the one shot here not taken with my converted 350D. It was shot with a Canon 400D, the supposedly non-IR compatible EF 24-85 f3.5-4.5 USM lens and a Hoya R71 filter. Exposure was 30 seconds at f5.6 and 100ISO. Focal length was 85mm.

Infrared photography with a converted 350D
Also with the 24-85mm lens, but now on my converted 350D. Focal Length was 30mm, 1/320 second at f8 and 100ISO.

Infrared photography with a converted 350D
Same lens and camera, 1/200 second at f8, 85mm focal length.

Infrared photography with a converted 350D
Same lens at 24mm, 1/160 second at f8, 100ISO.

Infrared photography with a converted 350D
85mm, 1/200 second at f8

Infrared photography with a converted 350D
85mm, 1/400 second at f8

I shot a full sequence of shots with the EF 24-85mm f3.5-4.5 USM lens, at all apertures and at 24mm, 50mm and 85mm and found no central hotspot.

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  1. MauricioMay 21, 2009 at 10:05 am #

    are these images coming right out of the camera as monochromatic or are you turning them monochromatic afterwards on your computer?

    thanks, and congratulations on these images
    stunning!

  2. WayneMay 21, 2009 at 1:40 pm #

    No, these are mono conversions by choosing one channel from the resulting image. Have a look at the processing digital IR
    http://www.dimagemaker.com/2008/11/04/processing-infrared-photography-step-by-step/ article for details.

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