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Sydney Photoshoot in Infrared + Visible

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#1 SteveCampbell

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Posted 17 December 2017 - 00:15

It's been a while since I made an attempt at taking photos for aesthetic rather than purely experimental purposes. I'll try to post more from this shoot at some point if possible! I used a QV-1 LCD viewfinder to manually focus at 1.2

The dress is black + white flowers in visible light, and the leaves were green, as would be expected for an Australian summer. I didn't get as much purple in her hair as I expected, but it was still there subtly in some shots. I imagine the UV contribution to the photo is absolutely minimal due to the 85/1.2's optics/coatings.

Unfiltered/full-spectrum portrait (Infrared+Visible) - Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia
F/1.2, ISO100, 85mm, 1/5000
Samyang 85mm f/1.2
Shot with a Full-Spectrum-Converted Canon 5Dmk2

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#2 OlDoinyo

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Posted 17 December 2017 - 18:22

Nicely posed and staged, and the colors work perfectly; one might not even casually notice that this is not a simple visible shot, but the IR component adds a certain dreamlike quality. A delightful Oriental fantasy.