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Old Aug 9, 2006, 10:53 AM   #21
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Old Aug 9, 2006, 1:54 PM   #22
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I do shoot in color with the R72 filter and this is the result. I then remove the color so I have just a black and white photo. What should I do in post editing so I still have a color photo without all the redness?
I wish I had an answer for you. I did nothing in post processing to mine, I don't have the redness problem. It may just be the difference between the C-2020 and the C-5050, but I would hate to think that is it. I will see if I can do some researce and find out.
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That looks like fun. I'm looking forward to seeing some UV pics from it.

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Old Aug 28, 2006, 3:36 AM   #24
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I just tried teh remote trick on my D50
What filters would I need to take some photos like the awesome IR ones I've seen posted here where the grass looks like snow?

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I just tried teh remote trick on my D50
What filters would I need to take some photos like the awesome IR ones I've seen posted here where the grass looks like snow?
Try a Hoya R72 first, they are about the least expensive, around $20 to $25. If you need a more restrictive black filter like the Tiffen 87 they are around $80 or more. It is difficult to tell what filter would work best.

Shutterbug85284, you may need the Tiffen 87 filter, the Hoya R72is a dark red filter the tiffen is black. This might be why your pictures are coming out so red.
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Old Sep 8, 2006, 2:00 AM   #26
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I do shoot in color with the R72 filter and this is the result. I then remove the color so I have just a black and white photo. What should I do in post editing so I still have a color photo without all the redness?
What I do is to shoot in color, but set a custom white balance on something green like grass or leaves.


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