Some recent work in Chile with my infrared Canon 5D, I got the camera converted to deep monochrome infrared by Lifepixel labs in the US, so the camera is just a monochrome camera sensitive to the higher infrared wavelengths. It is a complex camera to use, it suffers badly from sun flare, exposure is at best a guess, and sometimes the center of the frame is too hot…so its a horrid camera to use but I love it, no more the perfect everything digital, for being on holiday it is a breath of fresh air, Im having fun.

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  1. george February 2, 2012 at 10:26 pm #

    Well the IR 5D might be a bit of a pig to use, but it works well – particularly on the shots that feature the horses.

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