Thank You for all the likes. I am in the process of using a new theme and everything has to be relearned my blog is going thru some major changes, hopefully for the better! Here is my newest addition to the Gallery.
Thanks for stoping by!
Gunther, there’s some really inspired and, inspiring work in this gallery! Superb stuff! Yes, the cemetery shots are an absolute gift. Shots 3 to 6 inclusively are my absolute favourites! I struggle with faux-colour Ir though – with colour integrity, mainly. Keep up the good work and thanks for your link, G! Best regards, Rob.
Gunther…. enjoyed seeing your images, although I can see the lens ‘hotspotting’ which you mentioned in Rob’s (Fullspectra) blog… what lens are you using?… Cheaper ‘kit’ lenses usually work best with IR, as they lack the multiple coatings which are afforded to more expensive lenses… try expanding your choice of subject matter, and taking IR images even when the light is poor, or no leaves on trees.
Here are a few images of my own…
Hello Mal, Thanks for the kind words of encouragement. Also thanks for the link to your rich archive of IR images. You have a vast knowledge and experience on this subject. The lens you asked about is the fujifilm 18mm F2.0. It’s one of the worst offenders in regards to the ghost / hotspots. But it is one of my favorite lens’s. I may have to do some shopping…… Gunther
Hello Mal, I took your advice, in regards to the ghosting problem. I always wanted an extreme wide lens so I purchase a Rockonar 12mm for my Fujifilm X-Pro1. As soon as I received it I proceeded to test for infrared ghosting. Wow, what a disappointment! Starting at f/5.6 progressively worse to f/22. So I sent it back and had to dig a little deeper into my wallet to purchase the 14mm Fujinon. What a beautiful lens. No ghosting and it retains all the Fuji functions, like auto focus. My first post with it is here https://gunther.blog/2017/04/15/broken/ Its not infrared and its cropped about 50%. Gunther
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