Further Infrared Trials with UG-11.
I am soon going to be writing up a number of my thoughts about shooting infrared, utilising the internal UG-11 filter, however, being seriously pushed for time lately, I’m keen to get a few more images up for those of you who may be interested in the topic. Though I have been interested in infrared photography for many, many years, I have to say that the UG-11 is (though, mainly for UV shooting) very capable of IR, but, there’s a learning curve to be addressed, despite my lengthy experience in the field. I hope to discuss many points on this very soon. For now, a few frames – shot using a 33mm prime on an APS-C sensor (giving a 50mm FoV), quickly processed in LR. Enjoy…
All Quiet | 1/4sec – f8 – ISO:100 [Tripod]
The Last of the Season | 1/220th – f5.6 – ISO: 3200 [Handheld]
With the Breeze | 1/3sec – f10 – ISO:100 [Tripod]
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