This is What I Love About Infrared Photography

TedG954

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The opportunities for creative adjustments are literally endless.

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That's just using one filter, the range of adjustments becomes even greater when you change filters too.
I see you avoided the more common IR looks (desaturated & channel swapped). It certainly adds a lot to the creative controls. I'm a big fan too.
 

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My favorites are usually "you've landed on an alien planet" but I like IR B&W also.
 

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A selection of different faux colour effects for you:
13392716363_55ce89006a_c.jpg Dovercourt park IR3 by Mike Kanssen, on Flickr
U330 filter

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by Mike Kanssen, on Flickr
720nm filter

33988526454_73ff93ef37_b.jpg St Mary's entrance (no hue adjustment) by Mike Kanssen, on Flickr
25A filter (SOOC)

34791659386_9610657db8_b.jpg St Mary's entrance by Mike Kanssen, on Flickr
as above with hue adjustment

44091743422_d8c30af63e_b.jpg P1160561d by Mike Kanssen, on Flickr
another hue variant

47405347692_011149736c_b.jpg wrabness aerochrome small by Mike Kanssen, on Flickr
Foveon camera with X1 filter

None of these shots were with e-mount bodies but my converted A7ii should be able to replicate all apart from the last one.
 
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My opinion..... you can turn any good IR photo into B&W. It's all about your imagination and color.

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