you don't want to be limited to long exposures, it is
essential to convert one of your cameras to infrared,
a somewhat complex procedure that consists on the removal
of the Hot Mirror filter and its replacement by an infrared
several attempts, in September 2005 I manage to convert
my Nikon D70 DSLR camera.
is now dedicated to capture infrared photos.
experience of many Nikonians has shown this -the
D70- to be one
of the best DSLRs for the task, if not the very best
by me as D70r, the camera captures images at high speeds,
making it possible to photograph people, animals, insects
such conversion, the photographer has all the freedom
for creativity as offered by a normal camera, however
allowing the transformation of any scene into a dreamlike
used the Hoya R72 filter on my D70r, which still lets
a part of the visible spectrum to pass, that corresponding
to the red region. This allows the capture of images
with different colors.
example on a landscape photo, with a customized white
balance the clear sky turns into a yellowish brown color
and the vegetation to light blue.
this opens up a wide selection of interesting post-processing
alternatives and final results.
this looks scary to do it yourself, there are companies
that can do it for you.