This is the third and last IR shot I'll be posting – until I can get my hands on an IR filter of my own – and of the three I think it's probably my favourite, though the first one I posted does come a close second.

In terms of this technique: I wont reiterate the points I made in my previous entry – you can read through it if you're interested in finding out a bit more about using an IR filter – but I will say that this is definitely something I'll try again, not least because it does produce shots that would be very difficult to achieve using standard post-processing techniques on a non-IR shot.

And while I mentioned that this one is probably my favourite, do let me know which of the three you like best.

Update: I've posted a link to the original IR shot here:

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On an unrelated matter: thanks for all the great feedback on my recent interview with Scott Anderson from foliopodcast.com (both via email and twitter). If you haven't had a chance to listen to it yet, and you're interested in hearing a bit more about my thoughts on blogging, photography, and social networking, you can do so here:


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