I spent part of the morning tweaking some IR shots from our trip. I did about 1/2 of what I shot and uploaded the smaller JPEG’s to Flickr. You can take a peek by clicking on the link off to the right in the Flickr section.
For those that are interested these are “true” IR images shot with my Sony, the filter has a 950 nanometer cut off point, which means that only the Infrared spectrum above that is captured by the camera’s sensors. Some people take regular pictures and use Photoshop effects to simulate the IR look. That is cheating in my book, You may call it digital art if you wish, but I like the thought of the physics involved with true IR work.
I hope to add an IR filter set to my collection that I can use on the D90. Those pics with require tripod use as the D90 has fixed IR filter already installed before the sensors to block IR. For Photographers that have way more money than I do, they will have cameras specially modified and have that filter removed…It then limits that camera to dedicated IR use.