Kings Cross station, London (from Google’s London Offices). A channel-swapped 660nm image from a modified Olympus PM2 (my little travel snap camera).
Some monochrome shots of Delfshaven, near Rotterdam, from a 720nm filter on a full-spectrum modified Sony a7ii.
The old harbour Rotterdam, monochrome images from 720nm filter on a full-spectrum modified Sony a7ii.
Monochrome images of the Erasmus bridge, Rotterdam, from a 720nm filter on a full-spectrum modified Sony a7ii.
Two 3 stitch panoramics, the first a monochrome image from a 720nm filter and the second a tri-band image from a BG3 filter; both shot on a full-spectrum modified Sony a7ii.
With panoramics, I tend to use std lenses, these are taken with a 55mm lens and limit the number of images to 3 to reduce the potential contrast between images. Equally more than three images (at that focal length) and the perspective can get also vary too much.
A non-panoramic BG3, followed by a monochrome 720nm image.
Finally, the cafe in the park by the Euromast, shot in 720nm and channel-swapped.
Monochrome images from a 720nm filter on a modified full-spectrum Sony a7ii.
A monochrome image from an 850nm filter with a full-spectrum Sony a7ii.