Not a great quality as I have used point and click camera that I converted to 720nm just to learn about IR conversion.
@drakanstyr Superb! Creates a very mystical atmosphere with a stunning feline.
Thats brilliant @drakanstyr
Thanks for sharing it with us.
All the best Bob
Lovely @drakanstyr thank you for sharing
That's brilliant @drakanstyr nice photo
Very unusual @thesepticpheasant photos.... 🙂
@snowman1888 thank you, I do IR photography for a good while, but now found new interest and instead using the Sun as source of IR I will do artificial one. We'll see 😛 Maybe something interesting as I am planing to shot body parts of my inpatinet wifey 😀
@drakanstyr Amazing photo! Gorgeous Cat, what's it's name?
Works well, @drakanstyr. Have you a converted camera or are you using an IR filter? I've the filter plus a camera that shoots IR + visible (Sigma SD10 with internal filter removed), which I sometimes use (though not for a while)
thank you very much 🙂 )
it's a girl and we call her Bucik, which in direct translation mean little shoe 😀
There is a story behind it ofcourse, I have seen her siting between my wife's and mine shoes so this is where the name came from 🙂
I converted myself one of my Pentaxes (K30) to full spectrum, and then am using bunch of filters to achieve what I want. 🙂 Full spectrum conversion gives me more flexibility I believe.
thank you, it is very nice what you wrote 🙂