To get good IR, you should not face the sun. You should point it at the
vegetation that is illuminated by the sun.
I am heading out for a morning walk with my Leica M8 and IR filters in sunny
Brussels right now.
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> On 24 Jun 2019, at 02:43, Willie Wonka via olympus
> <olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I bought this item off of Amazon:
> It is identical to this one, same manufacturer, different vendor:
> I was led to believe that my pictures would look like the example given in
> the latter link, but instead, I see the following:
> This is a portion of my front yard and the camera was facing the sun. As you
> can see, the pictures do not look as advertised. I think I tried to go
> through the entire spectrum of the filter adjustments.
> Any theories why my pictures do not resemble anything that was posted in the
> description of the filter capabilities? Is this operation possible in
> Photoshop? I still have the CS2 and also use an older version of GIMP on
> Thanks in advance.
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