Gallery of Full-Spectrum Images

Full spectrum images (no filter). Not a range I generally shoot much, as I prefer to isolate small frequency ranges. It is however the only range I can use with fisheye lenses on my full-spectrum cameras, as the fisheye can not take an external lens filter.

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4 thoughts on “Gallery of Full-Spectrum Images

  1. Livio Fent

    Interesting images, I like the way you present the various IR effects with the different filters. FYI, I’ve recently used a Sigma camera (Foveon sensor) to reproduce the discontinued Kodak Ektachrome Color Infrared film by simply imaging the camera in full spectrum mode and a green filter (WB: flourescent setting). It may be of interest to your readers. Caution: not all green filters are alike! I’ve had to standardize the green transmission with magenta CC filters to replicate the effect with different filter manufacturers.

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  2. Antonio

    ***google translation***
    Hello , have you ever thought about putting a circular filter into manual adapter Nikon to Sony E?
    The adapter with filter inside, all lenses are filtered from behind, no problem for fisheye and other large lenses.

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    1. nigelbeighton Post author

      The Metabones adaptor I have won’t allow any filters to be attached, but you can buy the OWL adaptor which says it can do it – I have not tried it, but it looks interesting; although I presume it has to use its own filters and I cna not see support for key filters like the BG3, S8612, Hot Mirror etc.
      http://www.mxcamera.com/owl.html

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  3. Catherine

    Beautiful images! Especially like Cromford Mills. What camera are you using and are you processing your RAW infrared images to DNG through Lightroom or another proprietary program.

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