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    Default IR Panoramic Grassland near Kallang River

    This IR panoramic photo was taken with S602Z + Hoya R72.

    Have been trying out IR photography with the S602Z,
    there were cases whereby the photos came out blurry,
    even with tripod...


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    Hi,

    Do you really get true panaromic picture with your camera or do you stitch them up from 2 or 3 pictures?

    About using digital camera in IR mode? I have heard of using IR film with film camera but never in digital. Care to explain how IR photography was done with your digital camera?

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    By the way, I thought your panaromic IR pic is pretty cool....

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    Hi Jasphotography,
    I'd actually, stitched a few photos together.

    To take IR photos with DC, u'll have to use a IR filter.
    For me, I'm using a Hoya R72 Near-Infrared filter.

    For more info, see here .

    Hope this helps

    Originally posted by jasphotography
    Hi,

    Do you really get true panaromic picture with your camera or do you stitch them up from 2 or 3 pictures?

    About using digital camera in IR mode? I have heard of using IR film with film camera but never in digital. Care to explain how IR photography was done with your digital camera?

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    way cool man

    notice that they are black borders across the picture, is it because of stitching? did you take the pictures in potrait mode?

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    Originally posted by ark19
    Hi Jasphotography,
    I'd actually, stitched a few photos together.

    To take IR photos with DC, u'll have to use a IR filter.
    For me, I'm using a Hoya R72 Near-Infrared filter.

    For more info, see here .

    Hope this helps

    additional info here: http://www.cliffshade.com/dpfwiw/ir.htm#r72

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    ark19: did u use AE lock when shooting Panoramic images?

    anyone can enlighten me on how to use the AE lock on 602z? I just cannot get it when reading the manual.
    Light. Artistic. Moments.

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    Originally posted by malkw
    ark19: did u use AE lock when shooting Panoramic images?

    anyone can enlighten me on how to use the AE lock on 602z? I just cannot get it when reading the manual.
    Well, I tried to use it, but it just won't lock!
    In the end, had to hold it while shooting all the frames...

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    Originally posted by Mudpool
    way cool man

    notice that they are black borders across the picture, is it because of stitching? did you take the pictures in potrait mode?
    Yup, I shot in portrait mode and stitched them up.
    If u shoot in landscape mode, u won't have much space to crop the top and bottom...

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    Originally posted by Doods


    additional info here: http://www.cliffshade.com/dpfwiw/ir.htm#r72
    thanks, will visit the site again when I am free...

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    Originally posted by ark19
    Hi Jasphotography,
    I'd actually, stitched a few photos together.

    To take IR photos with DC, u'll have to use a IR filter.
    For me, I'm using a Hoya R72 Near-Infrared filter.

    For more info, see here .

    Hope this helps

    Hi,

    I know to take IR pictures, U will need IR or Red filter. In film photography, there are colour as well as B&W IR film. But, what confused me was how you get the B&W IR picture from your DC.
    I would expect DC to give colour instead of B&W.

    Sorry if my question sounds obvious as I am not a digital camera user (as yet) ... I would defintely one day when digital is as good as film.

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    Hi Jasphotography,
    DC does portray IR in red colour. However, by using custom WB a mxture of colour tone could be obtained. To get b/w, u could convert a coloured IR photo by using photoshop or other software. Using PS, we could also alter the Hue to get fantastic results.

    This is my best example of playing around with Hue to get an interesting result... Click here

    Originally posted by jasphotography


    Hi,

    I know to take IR pictures, U will need IR or Red filter. In film photography, there are colour as well as B&W IR film. But, what confused me was how you get the B&W IR picture from your DC.
    I would expect DC to give colour instead of B&W.

    Sorry if my question sounds obvious as I am not a digital camera user (as yet) ... I would defintely one day when digital is as good as film.

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    Originally posted by ark19


    Well, I tried to use it, but it just won't lock!
    In the end, had to hold it while shooting all the frames...
    Hehe tats one con of the 602z ....u have to hold on to the AEL button while u shoot to lock.....

    a pity they did not implement push-on push off style....


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