Keen eyed followers will have already seen in a previous post the slow rumbling beginnings of some Infra red work.
Now the light is diminishing and the days shortening it's maybe time I parked the handheld high ISO stuff I've been doing and get on with some tripod based work. I know, tripods, some go a bit queasy at the mere mention of their name, but with the IR filter having a similar effect to an ND filter well it's something that has to be tackled. Before then here are a few of the handheld ones , mainly from my tree filled garden.
Now as autumn takes hold. leaves and greenery will be on the way out so if you are thinking of doing some IR work, well here in the northern hemisphere it might be time to lock and load and get out there.
Fuji X100v Hoya IR-67 filter, ISO 3200 various apertures and shutter speeds.
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