Planes, Trains and Infrared Photography

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Wayne J. Cosshall, Jun 25, 2007.

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    Jonathan Guest

    Those are great. I enjoyed your work. Thanks for posting.


    Jonathan, Jun 25, 2007
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    ghldnjsrkdlq, Jun 25, 2007
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    k Guest

    | Hi All,
    | I've uploaded a new article with images I shot with my camera converted
    | on infrared photography to:

    just a thought..

    The shooting I've done with Kodak and Konica IR cut through haze like a
    knife. There were shots I made in the canadian Rockies where I could barely
    see the next mountain, yet after deving the film I could see to the horizon.

    I notice your IR converted camera tends to show the haze rather than cutting
    through it - have you done any tests to see what the relative sensitivity of
    the snesor is at various wavelengths?

    k, Jun 25, 2007
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    RichA Guest

    What is more sensitive to IR, a converted CMOS camera or a CCD-based
    camera? I had heard that the Nikon D40 was the most IR-sensitive
    unmodified (aside from Leica's "mistake" with the M8) DSLR.
    RichA, Jun 25, 2007
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    Guest Guest

    I've tried various filtration with my Fuji IS-1, from 720nm to 950nm.
    Haze penetration is definitely better with deeper filtration, but quite
    good even at 720nm. is one example, a view
    of Mt Rainier from 40+ miles away.
    Guest, Jun 26, 2007
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