A first high dynamic range infrared photo   Leave a comment

I’ve been meaning to do this for awhile. Here’s my first-ever high dynamic range infrared photo. This was a lot of fun, and pretty easy to do. It’s made with five versions of the same scene. One regular exposure with no exposure compensation, one picture at plus one stop over exposure, one at plus two stops over exposure, one at minus one stop under exposure and one at two stops under exposure. All shot in raw and merged using Photoshop  CS5’s easy-to-use Merge to HDR Pro tool. Camera was my Canon EOS 20D converted to 665nm enhanced color infrared. Lens was a 20mm f2.8 Canon with a polarizer. Aperture was f16 and a tripod was used.

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