Close to Home | 720nm Infrared | 35Chronicle

black & white, infrared, photography, skies, structures, urban

Stone & Sky.


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I | The Minerva Building [The Gates are Open but, School is … Out]
GXR A16 FS Conversion w/Lens-Mounted Hoya R72 720nm IR Filter | 24mm | 1/850th | f4 | ISO:200

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II | Greyfriars.
GXR A16 FS Conversion w/Lens-Mounted Hoya R72 720nm IR Filter | 28mm | 1/320th | f4.8 | ISO:200

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III | Robert Burns & Greyfriars.
GXR A16 FS Conversion w/Lens-Mounted Hoya R72 720nm IR Filter | 24mm | 1/400th | f6 | ISO:200

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12 thoughts on “Close to Home | 720nm Infrared | 35Chronicle

  1. I have a question for you. I enjoy your photography a lot. I am considering having one of my cameras converted to infrared. The company has a choice of filters for different frequency ranges. I am not sure what is best for me. Like you, I’d like to do some landscapes. I’d also like to capture wildlife in low light. What frequency range would be best for me? Thanks

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    1. Hi. I’m very pleased that you’re considering IR photography! Your question has a number of answers. Very happy to help. Would you prefer to email instead? Please, have a read of my ‘Light Waves’ page as, I explain a lot of things there and drop me a line at 35chronicle@gmx.com – I’m happy to help you in any way that I can. Best, Rob.

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    1. Carolyn, thank you. And yes, for a local academy, this building is rather posh! I love it! Been a while since I wanted to shoot it under IR conditions… finally! Thank you so much for your kind comments. Best, Rob 🙏 📷

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