To wallie: infrared photographyPixelBurner::2005-09-14 8:38
Infrared photography requires extremely long exposures, normally between 30 seconds and 4 minutes in normall daylight at largest aperture. Make sure before you buy an infrared filter for your digital camera that you are able to do such long shutter speeds, my camera is the canon 20D and is able to go to 30 seconds, I then have to go to bulb setting using a remote to fire and hold down the shutter release button and a timer on the LCD display lets me know how many seconds has past. Infrared is a bit hit and miss I'm afraid but if you have the time you can achieve some nice results. Good luck.
Matt.
United Kingdom
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To wallie: infrared photography PixelBurner Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 13 W: 0 N: 30] (378)::2005-09-14 08:38