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    Infrared Panorama

    Infrared Panorama, Nikon D100, 12-24, 7 shots:


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    Re: Infrared Panorama

    How did you do this? I do a lot of film infrared but was not aware it could be done digitally.

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    Re: Infrared Panorama

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisC View Post
    How did you do this? I do a lot of film infrared but was not aware it could be done digitally.
    Chris, Hi! I like to shoot panoramas. This photo was shot on infrared camera Nikon D100. The camera is specially made for infrared photography. Parameters of this photography: Manfrotto 303, 12mm, ISO:100, f/8, 1/100s, 7 shots.

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    Re: Infrared Panorama

    This picture was taken on the same day, with the same point, the Canon 5D mark + 16-35 f/2.8 L II, Manfrotto 303, 16mm:


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    Re: Infrared Panorama

    So, I am assuming when you say seven shots, this is a form of HDR technology built into the camera??? Seeing what appears to be frosted ground in the forefront would explain why there is still some color in the image as the infrared signature couldn't be recorded nearly as strongly as the trees and grasses in the back.
    Does this technology still require the uses of red filters?

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    Re: Infrared Panorama

    No, it's not HDR. 7 vertical shots stitched in Photoshop. Shooting is done on a panoramic head with a shift of 25 degrees. Infrared filter on the lens is not used. The filter is installed on the matrix in the camera.

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    Re: Infrared Panorama

    Ahhhhh, I see.

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    Chris,

    When I chose to go with a Sigma SD14, one of the deciding factors was it's design allows for removal of the internal hot mirror used to block the infrared from the sensor. By removing the internal hot mirror, I get a broad spectrum and high sensitivity infrared camera.

    It turns out that there are many resources and even a forum, the WorldWide Infrared Photography Community, all dedicated to digital infrared photography.

    There are also several companies which custom modify cameras by replacing the internal hot mirror with an optical element of the same refractive index, to maintain focus performance, as part of a IR conversion. Check out http://www.lifepixel.com/index.html

    One thing to explore is some cameras have sufficient sensitivity to capture infrared even when the internal hot mirror is in place.

    Here are some links to let you get started:

    http://www.dpfwiw.com/ir.htm

    http://www.luminous-landscape.com/re...d%20dslr.shtml

    http://experimentaldigitalphotograph...phy-resources/
    Last edited by Steaphany; 20th December 2010 at 02:46 PM.

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    Re: Infrared Panorama

    Wonderful! Unreall and that's why great!

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    Doc

    I do not usually go for these infrared images but this one is beautifully done. I would love to see it bigger but I know you have had problems with image theft

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    Re: Infrared Panorama

    Infrared has given this scene great impact and works brilliantly.

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    Re: Infrared Panorama

    I think it is the light and shade (often missing in infrared I feel that works well here. I do like it.

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    The images I am sending back are scanned negative film infared photos. It is a whole different type of image but I am intrigued with how the digital takes on more of a blue tinge. I could tone these, and have done a few, but to get it immediately...hmmmm, thanks for sharing all the info.






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    Re: Infrared Panorama

    Please Steve

    Am I wrong when I think you have posted here a link to a company doing this conversion in Great Britain ?

    I have a vage idea that you have. Perhaps not you but someone else has ...

    Any clue before Googling ? Reliable shot of course ...

    There is one in Portugal but they were not conclusive about the conversion and were not giving any decent warranties.

    Thank you
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    Found a fantastic clue here

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