Infrared Clouds


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Originally posted by mpenza
somehow, I think that for clouds, color is nicer. Do you feel the same way? But infrared does give it a kind of "cotton" like feel.

here's a color one I took with a Fujifilm 4700Z.
http://mpenza.clubsnap.org/view_photo.php?set_albumName=album04&id=aae
Hmm, I still prefer IR clouds as the sky would be darkened and the clouds would be very white. This contrast helps to put emphasis on the clouds itself. :D
 

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What is your favourite setting when u using IR filteR?

I just get a R72 filter for my C2100.
 

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Originally posted by siewsphone
What is your favourite setting when u using IR filteR?

I just get a R72 filter for my C2100.
Usually I use P mode, Auto ISO.
If it does not turn out well, will set it to ISO 400.
Try to use a tripod, as the typical exposure would be around 1/2s.
And always try to shoot where the sun is behind U.

:) Enjoy it!
 

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Originally posted by ark19


Usually I use P mode, Auto ISO.
If it does not turn out well, will set it to ISO 400.
Try to use a tripod, as the typical exposure would be around 1/2s.
And always try to shoot where the sun is behind U.

:) Enjoy it!
Thanks
 

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