Technical Considerations about IR Photography with Olympus OM-D Cameras

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OP JeanPierre Martel Veteran Member • Posts: 3,295
Results with Green X1 Filters
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Under visible light, Green X1 (or yellowish-green) filters are about the same.

However, they behave very widely with infrared rays. Some of them will block most of the infrared rays (the Omega X1 filter, for example), while others, on the contrary, will let them reach the sensor (like the Tiffen No. 11 filter).

That being said, filters producing extreme results might be perfect when used with filters different from the ones used here (a blue Hoya 80C filter and a blue B+W KB20 filter).

The photos hereunder are published as is (no post-processing).

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