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Old Mar 28, 2011, 1:20 AM   #1
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Tried out the Hoya R72 filter. Here are a few test shots. I took out all of the reds in them.

Any I.R. tips to speed my learning curve would be greatly appreciated.
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Old Mar 28, 2011, 2:15 AM   #2
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Wow, interesting shots. Not a technique you'd want to over-use, but definitely unusual.
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Very interesting effect. The first one actually looks like a film negative.
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Cool I.R. shot of the evening sky tonight.
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Not actually like i expected it from seeing it online but it is quite amazing ! I wanted to take one did you buy the filter online or some local store? oh and is there a 46mm for fz35 or u need an adapter ? thanks
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Not actually like i expected it from seeing it online but it is quite amazing ! I wanted to take one did you buy the filter online or some local store? oh and is there a 46mm for fz35 or u need an adapter ? thanks


I bought a Hoya R72 filter on amazon.com. It is 46mm.

I am anxious to get some more detailed shots. But need more direct sunlight. Due to how dark the filter is. It literally has been pouring rain and overcast skies since I recieved the filter. Now just waiting for the sun.
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and the difference in colors is due to post processing right ?
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Yes you have to remove the reds.
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