You may have noticed the so called adjustable variable infrared filters that are popping up on Ebay and elsewhere online. Here is one example: So how do these adjustable IR filters work and are the results any good?
So many choices, . . . so many opportunities
Funny you should ask…………
So sharp, and …………….so soft,
The Lensbaby Composer Pro/Sweet 35 is a cool, unique lens, But how is it for Infrared???
I recently had the opportunity to test drive the Sigma 18-35 f1.8 Art lens. It’s a great lens, but is it a great INFRARED lens?
I recently made the decision to update my Infrared camera, and after careful thought, chose the Canon 7DMKII.
Before I get started I need to tell you a few things in full disclosure. First, I got this card reader almost a year ago and have been using it nearly every day. Second, . . . . I am a card reader serial killer.
I recently had the opportunity to try out the Camsafe V9 anti-theft camera sling pack made by Pacsafe. If you are not familiar with Pacsafe, they design bags to keep your gear safe, and they do it with style. Let me put it this way, if James Bond needed a camera bag, . . […]
If you are like me and love to shoot landscapes in Infrared, when it comes to lenses, the wider the better. Wide angle, no lets go Ultra wide.
The Cotton Belt Rail Depot is located in downtown Saint Louis, MO,USA. The Cotton Belt Depot was built in 1911 and was in service for many years, and then just left alone for several decades. I have photographed the Cotton Belt Depot for the last several years, with the permission of its current owners. It […]
Have you ever looked at a new product and thought,… “It’s about time!” or “why didn’t I think of this? Well this happened to me when I tried out the new Cap Gorilla. I’ve heard it said there is genius in simplicity and this item proves it. The basic idea behind Cap Gorilla is it […]
Like most photographers, I have that shelf where old cameras go to die and collect dust. Recently, I took one and had it converted to Super Color Infrared. My experience with shooting Infrared has been with 3 cameras. First, the standard R72 (720nm) filter, a tripod, and very, very long exposures. Then I moved up […]
According to recent reports, Canon, Nikon and Sony are the only three camera companies predicted to survive the Smart Phone revolution. Sales of small point n shoot cameras have declined, and sales of mirrorless cameras have not met expectations.
As many of you already know Nikon has released a special edition D800E version of its super high 36 megapixel resolution D800 camera body. Essentially the two cameras are identical in every way except the lack of the AA filter or Anti Aliasing filter in the D800E along with a higher price tag. Why the […]
If you’re a Nikon or a Canon user and considering shooting infrared or already are shooting infrared and just looking to upgrade from an older model you’d never normally even consider going to an outside brand camera. Well, you really should! At least open it up as an option as there are some great advantages.
We recently added a new page to our website titled “The Wall Of Shame” which showcases infrared conversion work done by our supposed “competitors”. We frequently get cameras in from unsatisifed customers of these “competitors” who are fed up with the poor performance, focus, dust, etc and who are looking to get a good conversion […]