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 Wednesday, June 18, 2014
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From Adobe:
 
New Creative Cloud Technology Connects Latest Photography Tools; New Photoshop Mix Debuts for iPad
 
SAN JOSE, Calif. — June 18, 2014 — Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced the availability of the new Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan. Designed for anyone interested in photography, the new plan brings together -- for USD$9.99 per month -- Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5, two tools that have fundamentally impacted how photographs and imagery shape our visual culture, as well as Lightroom’s breakthrough mobile apps on iPad and now iPhone. Also introduced today is the all-new Photoshop Mix, a new iPad app that provides access to powerful Photoshop features normally confined to the desktop, enabling compositing and transformative edits while on the go. Built using the new Adobe Creative SDK (see separate release), Photoshop Mix delivers new levels of Adobe imaging precision and magic to mobile users.
 
“With our Lightroom products alone managing over 100 billion images, we know there’s a huge appetite from photography enthusiasts to have powerful, world-class software available on their mobile devices as well as their computers,” said Winston Hendrickson, vice president, digital imaging, Adobe. “With Photoshop, Lightroom and new mobile photo apps, we’ve created the most complete photography solution on the planet, ensuring that anyone interested in photography can be creative with their images, no matter where they are.”
 
Create and Manage Beautiful Images in Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5
Photoshop CC, part of the Creative Cloud Photography Plan, was updated, with stunning new features -- as part of a milestone release of Adobe Creative Cloud. Features for photographers, include:

  • Perspective Warp – The recently introduced capability for fluidly adjusting the perspective of a specific part of your image without affecting the surrounding area.
  • Blur Gallery motion effects - Two new additions, Path Blur and Spin Blur create a sense of motion, even if not originally captured with a camera, enabling photographers to tell their story or express just the right feeling in an image. There’s also faster performance when creating blur effects with the Mercury Graphics Engine delivering a performance boost with OpenCL.
  • Focus Mask - Lets Photoshop CC create the first step of a mask by automatically selecting the in-focus areas of an image. The Focus Mask feature works great with headshots and other images that have shallow depth of field.
  • Content-Aware color adaptation improvements - Previously when using Content-Aware features, if a selected area contained smooth gradients, it didn’t necessarily appear in the final image. Now retouched images using Content-Aware Fill, Move, and Patch gets more seamless and realistic. Additionally, new technology blends areas containing gradients, like skies, to give exceptional results.
  • Improved stylus support and experimental features for Windows 8.1 – Enjoy smoother brush strokes and a simple out-of-the-box experience with expanded stylus support for Windows 8.1. Turn on experimental features for touch and gesture controls and bigger touch targets on devices like Surface Pro 3.

The Creative Cloud Photography plan includes Lightroom 5 desktop software, a staple for all photographers, making digital photography easier, faster, and more amazing. Photographers can experiment without limits in a nondestructive editing environment and perfect shots with advanced controls for tone, contrast, color, and more. Efficient organizing tools help sort thousands of photos and make it simple to share them almost anywhere.
 
Mobile Solutions Takes Serious Photography Work Anywhere
Following its April 2014 release on iPad, Lightroom mobile is now available for iPhone. Lightroom mobile for iPhone and iPad provide the most efficient way to manage and edit images across desktops, mobile devices and the Web. The apps can automatically import images from the iPhone camera roll and sync back to a Lightroom catalog on the desktop. Lightroom mobile provides photography essentials, including non-destructive processing of files using Smart Preview technologies to enable professional class photo editing from the confines of the desktop. Quickly apply star ratings, flag or reject images and edit them on iPhone and iPad. Edits and metadata changes automatically sync back to the Lightroom catalog on the desktop and are also viewable from any Web browser at lightroom.adobe.com. Lightroom mobile photo collections are also accessible for users of Adobe Voice, the recently introduced free animated video storytelling app.
 
Photoshop Mix, provides a connected mobile workflow to Creative Cloud, aimed at anyone who wants access to powerful editing tools on their mobile device. Open Adobe Photoshop documents, individual layers from PSDs, and images from Lightroom mobile. Easily apply looks, create advanced selections and masks, and access advanced Photoshop features like Upright, Content-Aware Fill, and Camera Shake Reduction to take creativity on the go. Then export your layered and masked composition to Photoshop CC for further refinement on the desktop. Share work, or even save it to a Photoshop document for a mobile workflow that works seamlessly with Photoshop CC.
 
Technology Optimized for Mobile Photography
The Creative Cloud Photography plan’s desktop and mobile apps are connected by a powerful technology designed to enable users to edit and sync photos non-destructively from anywhere. By combining the same non-destructive editing pipeline found in Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw, with Adobe’s renowned Smart Preview technologies, the amount of information being moved between apps is minimized, without compromising the end result. This gives users confidence that edits will be saved while being able to access their images with unprecedented speed, no matter what device.
 
Pricing and Availability
Creative Cloud Photography plan is available at $USD9.99 per month. For additional details, please visit www.adobe.com/go/photographyplan.
 
To get started with Lightroom mobile, visit www.adobe.com/go/lrmobile_getstarted.
 
Photoshop Mix is free and available for download in the Apple app store. To learn more about Photoshop Mix, please visit mix.adobe.com.

Category: Adobe News
Post Date: 6/18/2014 2:06:12 PM CT   Posted By: Sean
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From Photoshelter:
 
Learn from one of the world’s foremost authorities on Digital Asset Management, Peter Krogh.
 
Been meaning to get your photos organized for months (maybe even years)? Worried about losing your images or experienced the complete failure of a hard drive? Then this webinar is for you. Lightroom master Peter Krogh, will join us Wednesday, June 25th at 4pm ET to dive into all the in's and out's of Lightroom Storage Techniques.
 
Peter will dedicate a large portion of the webinar to taking viewers' questions - so get your questions prepped, tune in, and get ready to organize your images and streamline your workflow.
 
In this webinar Peter will cover :

  • Primary storage vs. Backup storage
  • Cloning your drives
  • NAS and the personal cloud
  • Cloud storage services
  • Using SSD for speed, upgrading your current computer

Register Now!

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Through June 30, use promo code PXWLD40 at AdoramaPix to get a 10x10 Lay Flat Photo Book for 40% off.
Post Date: 6/18/2014 12:07:05 PM CT   Posted By: Sean
Think Tank Photo Shape Shifter Backpack
From Think Tank Photo:
 
The award-winning Shape Shifter is one of our most popular backpacks. It features the unique ability for you to expand or contract it depending on where you’re shooting and what you’re carrying. With our special Test Drive program, from now through the end of the month you will be able to try it for free for two weeks.
 
To take advantage of the Test Drive, simply call Think Tank Photo at 866-558-4465 ext. 1 and request participation in the program.
 
Shape Shifter Details
 
KEY FEATURES

  • Carry monopods and tripods in the bottom front pocket
  • Pro Speed Belt (sold separately) can be attached
  • Contoured harness for men and women with air channel

GEAR PROFILE

  • Holds a full assortment of photo gear and a laptop up to 17”
  • Compresses to 3 inches in depth when gear is removed
  • Neoprene pockets for cameras and lenses

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Exterior Dimensions When Expanded: 20” H x 12.5” W x 7” D” (51.0 x 32.0 x 18.0 cm)
  • Exterior Dimensions When Compressed: 20” H x 12.5 W” x 3” D (51.0 x 32.0 x 8.0 cm)
  • Laptop Compartment Interior Dimensions: 19” H x 12” W x 1.5” D (48.0 x 30.5 x 4.0cm)
  • Weight: 3.75 lbs (1.73 kg)

MATERIALS
 
Exterior: For superior water-resistance, all exterior fabric has a durable water-repellent (DWR) coating, plus the underside of the fabric has a polyurethane coating. It's also constructed with YKK RC Fuse (abrasion-resistant) zippers, 1680D ballistic nylon, 420D velocity nylon, 3D air mesh, ultra-stretch pockets, Rock Lockster buckles, nickel-plated metal hardware, nylon webbing, 3-ply bonded nylon thread.

Post Date: 6/18/2014 7:44:04 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
The Zeiss 15mm f/2.8 ZE Lens and Cayuga Falls Sans Log
Great locations warrant revisiting. Seasons change, weather changes even faster. Clouds are rarely the same. And sometimes the scene itself changes.
 
In this case, a log that has been in Cayuga falls, Ricketts Glen State Park, for what seems like forever is now gone. Apparently the extraordinarily harsh/cold/icy winter forced the log from its prominent long-time resting place. I had some pictures from this falls that included the log, and, while I thought they were nice, I like the sans-log pictures I now have even better. That I visited immediately after a very heavy rain gave me an additional benefit of a more than usual amount of water to work with along with some color in the water.
 
The 15mm full frame angle of view is able to give the viewer a nice sense of presence in the scene, but being this close means that water drops splashing onto the lens becomes an issue. I was holding a microfiber cloth over the lens as much as possible when the shutter was closed and was using that cloth to wipe water drops from the CPOL filter between shots. Water drops on the filter are very noticeable in narrow-aperture 15mm images.
 
This is an HDR image. I used a slightly darker exposure for the water, better retaining the highlight and detail in the water.
Post Date: 6/18/2014 6:55:05 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
 Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Tokina 11-16mm F/2.8 ATX Pro DX II Lens
eBay (via AdoramaCamera) has the Tokina 11-16mm F/2.8 ATX Pro DX II Lens for Canon/Nikon available for $449.99 with free shipping. Compare at $525.00.
Post Date: 6/17/2014 3:04:25 PM CT   Posted By: Sean
WD My Passport Ultra USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive
Use promo code SUMMERPIX ($32.00 off) at BuyDig.com to get the WD My Passport Ultra 2 TB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive + Lexar 64GB USB Flash Drive for $107.00 with free shipping. Compare at $109.99 without flash drive.
Asus Google Nexus 7 32GB FHD Tablet
eBay (via DigJungle) has the Refurbished Asus Google Nexus 7 32GB FHD Tablet available for $159.99 with free shipping. Compare at $229.00 new.
Post Date: 6/17/2014 10:04:12 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
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Roger over at LensRentals posted a public service announcement yesterday entitled "Only You can Prevent Movi Fires."
 
In the post, Roger explains that when the battery cables are left connected to the battery, the copper tips may come into contact with one other and cause a fire.
 
How common is the issue? Well, the rental house documented three fires before figuring out a solution to the problem.
 
And their solution is as simple as it is effective. If you own a Movi (or plan to rent one in the near future), be sure to check out Roger's post.
Post Date: 6/17/2014 9:01:57 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
Think Tank Photo Airport Roller Derby Camera Bag & My 2nd Brain Briefcase
From Think Tank Photo:
 
Airport Roller Derby Camera Bag
 
Ideal for travel, weddings and on-location assignments, our new Airport Roller Derby enables you to maneuver nimbly through crowded spaces and to minimize muscle fatigue. The four dual wheel sets (8 wheels) provide three ways to roll: upright at your side, tilt it to roll on its back wheels, or tilt it on its side wheels to roll through narrow airplane aisles.
 
This high-capacity carry-on camera bag's weight distribution allows for easily transporting a 15” laptop in its own dedicated pocket, along with two standard DSLRs, a tripod, and multiple lenses and strobes. Its travel-ready security features including a lock & cable and lockable zippers to tether the bag for domestic and international travel.
 
KEY FEATURES

  • Four dual wheel sets (8 wheels): Superior rolling ability and improved weight distribution provides greater stability and less fatigue on shoulder, arm, hand and wrist.
  • Meets most airlines’ US domestic and international carry-on requirements.
  • Fits up to a 15” laptop and a tablet in two dedicated interior pockets.
  • Lock & cable to secure lockable zippers and tether the bag.

GEAR PROFILE

  • Fits a 15” laptop, a tablet, and up to two standard DSLRs with lenses attached or one pro DSLR and one standard DSLR both with lenses attached.
  • Fits six to seven standard zoom lenses or strobes. Accommodates a 400mm f/2.8 unattached.

MATERIALS
 
The Airport Roller Derby features YKK RC Fuse (abrasion resistant) zippers,1680D ballistic nylon, 420D velocity nylon, custom-designed, replaceable wheels with sealed steel bearings, rubberized laminate reinforcement, 3D air mesh, and 3-ply bonded nylon thread.
 
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Interior Dimensions: 12.6” W x 18.5” H x 5.5–7.5” D (32 × 47 × 14–19 cm)
  • Exterior Dimensions: 14” W x 22” H x 9.0” D (35.6 × 55.9 × 22.9 cm)
  • Tablet Compartment: 10.5” W x 10.3” H x 0.6” D (26.7 x 26.1 x 1.5 cm)
  • Laptop Compartment: 10.5” W x 14.5” H x 1.0” D (26.7 x 36.8 x 2.5 cm)
  • Weight: 10.5-11 lbs (4.8–5 kg) -- Weight reflects all accessories removed while using only minimal dividers.

My 2nd Brain Briefcases
 
We have just released two new additions to our innovative My 2nd Brain line of carrying devices for Apple MacBooks and tablets: the My 2nd Brain Briefcase 13 and My 2nd Brain Briefcase 15. These “mobile offices” for Apple power-users stand out for their intuitive organization, providing rapid access to a 13” or 15” MacBook or Air, iPad, iPhone, and accessories. The My 2nd Brain briefcases improve the workflow of tech-focused travelers and creative professionals by keeping their second brains–their laptops and accessories–organized and their workflow clutter-free.
 
These lightweight, full-featured briefcases include easily identifiable dedicated clear padded pockets designed to hold the accessories most often used by serious Apple users. Their travel-ready design includes two compressible side pockets for water bottles or a compact umbrella, as well as a pass-through handle that slides over a rolling luggage handle. They come with their own rain cover, providing extra protection against the elements.
 
SERIES FEATURES

  • Device-specific pockets optimized for a MacBook, iPad and iPhone as well as support accessories.
  • Intuitive design for rapid access and an improved workflow.
  • Seam-sealed rain cover protects valuable electronics.

GEAR PROFILES

  • My 2nd Brain Briefcase 13”: Fits a 13” Macbook Pro or 13” MacBook Air, iPad (standard or mini), iPhone, over-ear headphones, a power brick with AC cable, portable hard drives, USB hub, USB connection cable, earbuds, monitor adapters, network cable, USB drives, pens, business cards, folders, sketchbooks and other personal items. The two compressible side pockets fit water bottles or a compact umbrella and a large sunglasses case.
  • My 2nd Brain Briefcase 15”: Fits a 15” Macbook Pro, iPad (standard or mini), iPhone, over-ear headphones, a power brick with AC cable, portable hard drives, USB hub, USB connection cable, earbuds, monitor adapters, network cable, USB drives, pens, business cards, folders, sketchbook and other personal items. The two compressible side pockets fit water bottles or a compact umbrella and a large sunglasses case.

MATERIALS
 
Exterior: For superior water-resistance, all exterior fabric has a durable water-repellant (DWR) coating, plus the underside of the fabric has a polyurethane coating. It also has YKK zippers, 420D velocity nylon, 420D high-density nylon, silver-toned nickel-plated metal hardware, dual-cross buckle, herringbone webbing, 3-ply bonded nylon thread.
 
Interior: 210D silver-toned nylon lining, nylex lined iPhone and iPad pockets, 150D hexa mesh pockets, closed-cell antilon foam, 3-ply bonded nylon thread.
 
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
 
My 2nd Brain Briefcase 13”

  • External Dimensions: 14.2” W x 11.8” H x 4.5” D (36 x 30 x 11.5 cm)
  • Front iPad Pocket: 9.9” W x 7.8” H x 0.5” D (25.2 x 19.8 x 1.3 cm)
  • Main Compartment: 13” W x 10.2” H x 2.8” D (33 x 26 x 7 cm)
  • Rear Laptop Compartment: 13” W x 9.8” H x 1.2” D (33 x 25 x 3 cm)
  • Weight with all accessories: 2.1 lbs (0.6 kg)

My 2nd Brain Briefcase 15”

  • External Dimensions: 16.5” W x 12.6 H x 4.5” D (42 x 32 x 11.5 cm)
  • Front iPad Pocket: 11.4” W x 8.7” H x 0.6” D (29 x 22 x 1.5 cm)
  • Main Compartment: 15” W x 11” H x 2.8” D (38 x 28 x 7 cm)
  • Rear Laptop Compartment: 15” W x 10.6” H x 1.2” D (38 x 27 x 3 cm)
  • Weight with all accessories: 2.4 lbs (0.7 kg)

Think Tank Photo has the Airport Roller Derby and My 2nd Brain Briefcases available for order.
 
As a reader of our site, receive a free gift with your purchase of $50.00 or more at Think Tank Photo!

Post Date: 6/17/2014 8:21:52 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 DG II HSM Lens
Image quality test results have been added to the Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 DG II HSM Lens Review page.
 
More test results for this lens are coming.
Post Date: 6/17/2014 7:16:08 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
 Monday, June 16, 2014
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Through 6/20, CanvasPeople has select Thick Wrap canvases on sale.
 
Special Pricing on Thick Wrap Canvases

SizeReg. PriceSale Price
11x14$89.99$20.00
16x20$113.99$25.00
18x24$124.99$30.00

Post Date: 6/16/2014 12:38:56 PM CT   Posted By: Sean

 
From Profoto:
 
Walk Through a Wedding is a year long video series in which we get to follow wedding photographers Justin & Mary as they set out to capture a young couple's most special day.
 
Click here to see other videos in the series.
 
Related Products:

Post Date: 6/16/2014 11:58:48 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
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From Red Giant:
 
The latest version of Red Giant’s powerhouse audio syncing suite includes lightning-fast speed improvements and an expanded list of supported media types, plus faster and more accurate syncing for the most comprehensive package
 
San Francisco, California—Red Giant, designer of innovative filmmaking and motion graphics software, invites PluralEyes fans to join the public beta and test-drive the upcoming 3.5 release of the celebrated audio and multi-camera video syncing software
 
To become a beta tester, simply follow the link: http://redgiant.com/pluraleyesbeta.
 
What to Expect
In addition to a comprehensive interface update featuring many user requested enhancements, the new PluralEyes 3.5 includes

  • AVCHD playback - new for Windows
  • Support for AVCHD spanned clips on both Windows and OS X
  • An expanded list of supported media types for “Replace Audio” exports
  • Algorithm improvements that deliver faster and more accurate syncing
  • Automatic correction for sync drift for perfect sound matchup in longer videos

The PluralEyes 3.5 open beta software supports the following NLE applications and operating systems:

  • Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5, CS6, CC
  • Apple Final Cut Pro 6, 7, X
  • Avid Media Composer 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 8
  • Sony Vegas Pro 10, 11, 12, 13
  • Mac OS X 10.8
  • Mac OS X 10.9
  • Windows 7 64-bit
  • Windows 8 64-bit

Pricing & Availability
Beta testing for PluralEyes version 3.5 is free of charge and open to the public. When the product is officially released, existing users can choose to upgrade for 79 USD. Version 3.5 will be available for new users to download at 199 USD.
 
Users who purchased PluralEyes after March 31, 2014 are eligible for a free PluralEyes 3.5 upgrade when released

Category: Red Giant News
Post Date: 6/16/2014 8:30:27 AM CT   Posted By: Sean

 
From B&H's YouTube Channel:
 
B&H is proud to welcome back Jerry Ghionis who is widely considered to be one of the top five best wedding photographers in the world. As a master at posing, Jerry will share his posing techniques with live demonstrations that will keep you from running out of poses ever again. He will demonstrate how he directs his clients to achieve fun and fashionable images including specific poses for plus size brides, odd height couples and couples who don't want to be posed.
Post Date: 6/16/2014 7:50:17 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
 Sunday, June 15, 2014
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B&H has Phase One Capture One Pro 7 (Download) available for $149.00. Compare at $299.00.
 
Product Highlights

  • Image Processing and RAW File Conversion
  • Catalog Organization and Sorting
  • Rich Metadata Editing Capabilities
  • Instant Tethered Capture and Live View
  • Creative Image Editing Tools
  • Local Adjustments, Clarity, HDR Tools
  • Smart Albums and Virtual Organization
  • Simplified Interface and Navigation
  • Refined Image Processing Engine
  • OpenCL and Cross-Platform 64-Bit Support

Post Date: 6/15/2014 7:44:48 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
 Friday, June 13, 2014
Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6 EX DC HSM Lens
Through 6/17, use promotion code 1SIGMASALE ($44.00 off) at Adorama to get the Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6 EX DC HSM Lens for $385.00 with free shipping. Regularly $429.00.
Post Date: 6/13/2014 5:44:41 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
 Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Oak Island Pier, North Carolina
by Sean Setters
 
Even though I gravitate toward portraiture, I purchased a Hoya 77mm R72 Infrared Filter late last year. After several months of use, I can honestly say – I love shooting in IR.
 
Why?
 
1. Shooting in IR forces you to be much more deliberate with your image capture.
Digital photography tends to make shutter-bugs out of us all. When shooting with film, there were significant financial consequences involved with every roll of film you used. Today, the incremental cost of each shutter click is low – so low as to be negligible in the scheme of things.
 
The result? We tend to think less about each individual shot and instead rely on the multitude of framings and exposures until we find a shot that plucks that "Hey, I like that!" chord. In short, it's really easy, inexpensive and not very time consuming to shoot a lot of different images.
 
But when shooting with an infrared filter, each shot takes minutes to capture. Even in bright sunlight, I used a shutter speed of 4 1/2 minutes for the image above (f/10, ISO 100). When each click of your shutter takes almost 5 minutes to complete, you spend a lot more time thinking about the image you want before you snap away.
 
2. Bright sunlight (at nearly any time of day) becomes your friend.
As photographers, we know that the best sunlight comes during the golden hour – shortly after sunrise or just before sunset. While the old adage is true in a general sense, it bears less weight when it comes to IR filter photography. That's because in IR filter photography, bright sunlight is your friend.
 
Images taken even in midday sun tend to look very good in IR. In a sense, an IR filter expands your opportunity for capturing eye-catching images during times when a normal daytime view may be less than ideal.
 
3. Long shutter speeds allow you to create unique daytime views.
When there's an abundance of ambient light, it's pretty difficult to use extremely long shutter speeds to blur movement. Even with a 9 or 10-stop filter, you may only be able to achieve a 10-20 second exposure in bright conditions before your scene becomes over-exposed. This means that any movement in your scene may still be captured as ghostly trails. Sometimes that's exactly what you want; many times it's not.
 
The extremely long shutter speeds required mean that [generally] only static things get captured in the image. I've photographed several buildings where cars were consistently traveling in front of my camera. But the time the cars are in front of the camera was very short compared to the overall exposure, so they didn't show up in the final image. This means you can capture images void of distracting elements at times when those distracting elements are almost a certainty. And the things that do show movement blur – like clouds – only add to the image.
 
Drawbacks of shooting with an IR filter
 
Shooting with an IR filter does involve a few drawbacks, though. For one, a tripod is a must. With shutter speeds spanning minutes, your camera must stay stock still for a very long time. A remote timer (wired or wireless) is required as your shutter speed is usually more than 30 seconds.
 
You can't compose your scene through the viewfinder with the filter in place. The filter is completely black (it blocks all visible light). As such, my typical workflow is:

  1. Set up the camera mounted tripod and frame your scene.
  2. Set the camera to Bulb Mode, use manual focus and choose your exposure settings (experience helps you get it in the ballpark).
  3. Add the IR filter to the lens
  4. Use a remote timer to set the shutter speed and activate the shutter.

If shooting with a normal white balance, the image will be very red. I typically shoot in RAW and change my Picture Style to Monochrome because I prefer my IR images to be black & white. Changing the Picture Style in-camera allows me to get a good idea of what the final image will look like after post-processing.
 
To see a few of the IR images I've created, click the image at the top of this post.

Post Date: 6/11/2014 8:44:21 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
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