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    Hello all,

    Could someone actually tells me exactly what I have to do to shoot infra red photograph? I had just bought an Infra Red filter and wanna use it with my Canon 300D.

    Hope that someone could help me.


    Saiful Bahar
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    Quote Originally Posted by saifulbahar
    Hello all,

    Could someone actually tells me exactly what I have to do to shoot infra red photograph? I had just bought an Infra Red filter and wanna use it with my Canon 300D.

    Hope that someone could help me.


    Saiful Bahar
    Hi Saiful Bahar,

    Better than writing a long response here, I suggest reading posts in
    Digital Darkroom/Infrared Photography.
    There are quite a lot of IR friends posting ideas and results there.
    Many different cameras are being used as you will see along with different lenses.

    Personally I am using a 20D with an EF50mm f1.8II lens.
    Exposure times vary around 3sec, pre focus, switch auto focus off, put on filter and shoot.

    The IR sensitivity may be different between the 300D and 20D so experiment.
    The lens will have a lot to do with it too (kit lens may give hot spot).

    Sorry this is vague. so I suggest read through the thread I mentioned and experiment.

    Looking forward to your IR posts
    Time, is an effortless construction :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pablo
    Hi Saiful Bahar,

    Better than writing a long response here, I suggest reading posts in
    Digital Darkroom/Infrared Photography.
    There are quite a lot of IR friends posting ideas and results there.
    Many different cameras are being used as you will see along with different lenses.

    Personally I am using a 20D with an EF50mm f1.8II lens.
    Exposure times vary around 3sec, pre focus, switch auto focus off, put on filter and shoot.

    The IR sensitivity may be different between the 300D and 20D so experiment.
    The lens will have a lot to do with it too (kit lens may give hot spot).

    Sorry this is vague. so I suggest read through the thread I mentioned and experiment.

    Looking forward to your IR posts
    yes, will do that....
    Saiful Bahar - "I don't care what equipment you use... but what you produce"

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