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The Artistic Side of Infrared Photography with a 850 Nm Filter and the Nikon 50 Mm f/1.4 G

By Artborghi @artborghi

Enjoy some views of the Botanical Garden of Zurich through the 850 nm infrared filter I recently got.

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These pictures were shot without focusing through the IR filter but removing it, focusing and remounting it.

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They are quite soft because of the AF system calibrated not for IR light but for visible light…

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… nevertheless, these pictures are still giving some thrills, don’t you think?

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Click pictures to magnify. Btw, plants reflect IR light, that’s why they are so white…


Filed under: black and white, infrared photography, lens test, photo lessons artborghi Tagged: Autofocus, blurred infrared photography, botanical garden zurich infrared, Camera, Infrared, Infrared cut-off filter, Infrared photography, Nikon

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