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    Default Infrared: Gaur

    Gaur image from our recent bandipur visit

    This image was created with a 5D Mark III (specially converted to Infrared). Shot with a 24-105 mm lens at 105mm. f7.1, 1/500, full frame image.
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    The Gaur stand out nicely against the light background. Nice pose and composition. Infrared gives a very different feel to the image . Thanks for sharing.

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    Lovely. Quick question... How do the results vary with an IR modified sensor vs using an IR filter (high quality say B+W) on a lens?

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    Bibhav,
    There is a big difference. The focus shifts with the filter. And also depending upon the brands they block the visible spectrum a lot. And the quality is different. In these shots, I haven't used artificial IR lights at all. The exposure was based on the available light plus whatever IR is available in the normal daylight.

    These days the only still photography I am doing is in infrared.

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    Tall, gives a fiery look like a challenging buffalo, difference from low to ground type clearly visible. Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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