HOW TO – Take infrared pictures with a digital camera

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HOW TO – Take infrared pictures with a digital camera

Sam writes –

In this video instructable, I will show you how to make an infrared filter for your digital camera out of bits and pieces such as cardboard rolls, electrical tape, and some black processed photographic film (old negatives). The vid also shows you how to test your camera for IR capability, suggests some of the settings you should use, and shows some IR photographs. Enjoy!

Take Infrared Pictures With Your Digital Camera – Link.


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2 thoughts on “HOW TO – Take infrared pictures with a digital camera

  1. qcloud says:

    This Infrared Pictures thing remind me of one horric movie called “dackness”, where those women use the infrared function of the camera to see the dark world in the holes because of lack of light. I also write about this on my own women blog:

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