Everything You Need to Know About Infrared Photography

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Basics
Performance
Technical
Lighting
Forensics
  • Forensics – Basics of using IR and UV photography for forensic purposes
Miscellaneous
Tutorials

3 thoughts on “Everything You Need to Know About Infrared Photography

  1. I’ve been enjoying your articles. Lots of good information here. We have linked you in our website Stickies.
    Here is a useful hint for those cameras which are not able to do a good in-camera white balance in IR. Obtain a piece of white PTFE (Teflon) and make a raw photograph of it. Then use the photo to set and save a white balance preset in your favorite converter/editor by “white-clicking” on the PTFE in the raw photograph.
    Cheers – Andrea B. @ UltravioletPhotography.com

  2. In regard to hot spots – do you have any experience with the Sony 18-105f4 PZ lens?

  3. I am unsure what nm I need. I am solely going to use it on weddings but I like some small colour so will I get this at 720nm or do I need to go lower to 690nm

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