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  1. Finally, the last Sunday, I found some time to take my X-T1 IR for a walk. Not so far - just to the wood next to my home. This time black & white, but as I set my camera to write both RAW and BW, probably I will post also the color versions soon. You can see some pictures here: http://eng.roguski.eu/2016/09/27/fujifilm-x-t1-ir-black-white-in-infrared/#more-145 I used 35mm f/2 - well, probably XF 10-24 would be more comfortable, but first tests have shown definitely that this lens is really poor for IR and ruins all the pictures. So now I have been thinking very hard what wide lens to use for IR.
  2. Enzio

    Fuji IR

    ××××× Open Thread ××××× Feel free to add more infrared photos ... :cool: and here my first one ... DSCF8366 by Enzio Harpaintner, auf Flickr
  3. Finally I had some time to play with my X-T1 IR :-)
  4. I am just starting here but I have been a Fuji user for over 15 years. My first X was the X100s. After about a year I had it converted to dual spectrum so I can shoot IR or visible light but must use a filter for each. Without a filter I get a combined photo with interesting colors and white foliage. I've been using it modified for about 2 years. I've had my X100F since the day after they were released. My X100s has a high shutter count and I am sometimes troubled that I can't always get realistic color when shooting in visible. So I got the F and love it. Now I'm carrying 2 cameras but at least they weigh less than a SLR. And there is little to no filter switching. I've been reading the Fuji rumors posts since I decided to get the X100F and found this master site from there.
  5. I have had a Fuji X-E2 converted to IR, but I am getting a bit fed up with the hot spots that Fuji lenses seem quite bad at creating. I know that opening up the aperture helps reduce hot spots but would like to use f11 or so. I understand that you don`t get hotspots with manual focus lenses and I am wondering whether to get an old film lens or would a Samyang work, at least with a Samyang I wouldn`t need an adapter. Any advice would be welcome.
  6. Hi, I get bored easily during daytime on vacation, as the light for taking pictures isn`t really good. This is different if you have an IR-converted camera in your bag, which is ideal to use in bright light. I use a converted X-Pro1 (620nm) which allows bw- as well as false color pictures. I have adjusted in-camera settings to produce bw-JPGs: B(y), H Ton +2, S Tone +2, Sharp -1 with no or only litte tweaking in Lightroom afterwards. For false color I use RAW-files which I adjust in Lightroom. You need a red/blue swap plugin, though. Here are some pictures taken with different lenses in beautiful Cadiz and Sevilla. If you want to see more IR-pictures you can find them in my Flickr account here or here. The following 3 shots were taken with the excellent Zeiss Touit 12mm: Cadiz by Cruiser223, on Flickr Sevilla by Cruiser223, on Flickr Sevilla by Cruiser223, on Flickr
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