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When you get your 5D Mark III…..
Why not convert your 5D Mark II to an infrared camera?
Keith over at Northlight has been using an infrared 5D Mark II for a while now gives his thoughts with examples about the medium
Well it takes practice to get consistently good results. Focus needs care and it helps to bracket exposures to allow for the variable amounts of IR light in a scene compared to what you can see.
The ‘creative’ aspects of IR photography are more difficult to pin down from my own point of view.
There is that initial burst of enthusiasm for something different – that urge to explore and see just what you can do.