Friday Image No.115

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Silver Birch on Place Fell, The Lake District. Olympus EM5 converted to shoot Infrared. Olympus 12-40mm lens, ISO 200, 1/320" at f/7.1.
Silver Birch on Place Fell, The Lake District. Olympus EM5 converted to shoot Infrared. Olympus 12-40mm lens, ISO 200, 1/320″ at f/7.1.

It’s another tree in Infrared. Sometimes, when the light is right, shooting infrared becomes addictive. It’s hard, actually very hard to put the camera down. And so, it was when I visited the Lake District at the start of November. As a result, you will need to suffer more infrared images.

I do hope you like this one and have a great weekend.

5 thoughts on “Friday Image No.115

    Peter Bayliss said:
    November 25, 2016 at 8:59 pm

    What sort of conversion did you have. I have a full spectrum GX1, it makes amazing images using a red filter. False colour with white balance adjustments.

      thelightweightphotographer responded:
      November 27, 2016 at 5:29 pm

      This particular camera has a 665nm conversion. I have found it more flexible than the 720nm. I did consider a full spectrum at one time but then decided against it. Sounds as though you like yours.

        Peter Bayliss said:
        November 27, 2016 at 10:45 pm

        I have yet to use it with a yellow filter. I have a GX7 I use for normal images, red is very similar to 665nm, l think. I have used in in street photography which makes everyone look like the people from Loagan’s Run. Most clothes reflect infrared in a similar way so look pale blue when a custom white balance is used.

    aughton said:
    November 26, 2016 at 11:33 am

    Robin
    Brilliant, this is the best example of IR photography
    Ian

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