Another IR shot

Glenn S

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Whaddya think?

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Gwendal

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Astounding shot - trees look so great in the winter ;-)

Wouldn't mind a quick summary of the gear (esp the nm of the IR filter and whether you use a modified m43 ?) and what kind of PP (if any) you apply ?
 

Glenn S

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Astounding shot - trees look so great in the winter ;-)

Wouldn't mind a quick summary of the gear (esp the nm of the IR filter and whether you use a modified m43 ?) and what kind of PP (if any) you apply ?
Glad you like it, I used an un-modified GF1 with the 14-45mm lens, fitted with a 720nm filter. Post processing in Lightroom 3 using the Selenium Tone preset.

I like it! FWIW, I'd straighten the horizon and crop to just past the edge of the large tree on the left.
Thanks, the park is on a slope and straightening the horizon gives the picture as serious case of 'the leans'
 

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Do you have the exposure information? ISO setting and shutter speed?

I know there is IR leakage on the EP2 from looking at the Wii LED bar. I have not put a visible cut filter. I do keep the IR filters on some of the lenses for the EP2, easy to switch from it to the M8.
 

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Glad you like it, I used an un-modified GF1 with the 14-45mm lens, fitted with a 720nm filter. Post processing in Lightroom 3 using the Selenium Tone preset.



Thanks, the park is on a slope and straightening the horizon gives the picture as serious case of 'the leans'
That is great news, then I can also do IR (can't afford a 2nd camera for IR only)!!!

How about taking shot of comparable scene with and without IR filter and post just out of camera results?
- It you use tripod then you might even be able to do some tricks with partly combining the shots
 
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The Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II seems to be able to do IR right out of the box, without mods, unlike my E-3, which just shoots a black frame.

This was with a Wratten #87 filter, hand-held tight to the front of the lens. This is soft and fuzzy because I was using a cheap focal reducer wide open. I look forward to playing with it on quality lenses.
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Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II, OM Zuiko 55mm ƒ1.2 with cheap Amazon focal reducer (equiv 38mm ƒ0.84), ISO 1250, 1/100, Wratten #87 gel filter hand-held in front of lens.
 
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