By Greg Drawbaugh
I have a spare micro 4/3 body that no longer sees service, a Panasonic GX-7. I was looking at having it converted to an IR camera by https://www.lifepixel.com/ Does anyone else have any experience with a converted Micro 4/3 body and lenses shooting IR? Which conversion do you go with, the standard IR? My goal is to have some fun and explore an area of photography I have never tried before, and the redundant body with little resale value seemed like a good choice to try?
By Guest Alaun
Taken with D200IR with 7x0 nm filter
By Marco Lanciani
My old Nikon D80 is now converted to IR 830.
This is my first IR image... actually an IR panorama.
It was taken a few days ago from the "Passeggiata del Gianicolo", near a lighthouse, where you can have a nice view over Rome and its surrounding mountains in the background... clearly visible in IR; not so in visible light.
The NEF was developed and converted to BW in Lr; some extra editing, punch and contrast, was done in Nik Silver Efex.
These three IR images were shot on hike of the Queens Route in Vesterålen, Northern Norway in August. The hike goes from Nyksund under the mountains along the sea, then reaching the fishing village Stø, it ascends up on an narrow mountain ridge back towards Nyksund. It was a day where light and fog was changing the whole time:
The humanoid by the sea:
Fog lifting for a moment:
Weather drawing up?