I always loved this, over the next day or two I will post some shots with people in them because in the world of infrared you mostly see landscapes because of long exposure times. I get around this by using a Sony nightshot function on my camera that moves the ir blocker glass out of the way.... Also I stack a neutral density filter with a B&W 093 which blocks 100% of visible light. Using this technique I achieve exposure times of 1/60 of a second. I remember the girl in this shot had very natural red hair, I thought it was interesting how IR showed multi colored strands and the black bars on the wagon brought a cool contrast to the shot
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Most of the photos in this blog were taken with a antique Sony f707, The link below has several on the used market through Amazon, You will also need a skylight filter, a infrared filter and a rubber gasket :) if this sells out you can search there for other vintage sony nightshot cameras, they will work too however I have not personally used them.
The B&W 093 below is 58mm to fit the f707, it is essential
The primary purpose of this uv filter below is to hold the rubber gasket in place to block Sonys IR lamps, otherwise severe lens flare will occur
Photography is one of my passions, I hope you enjoy these.
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