hi mark, i’m back to the fuji s7000 (the s9000 was stolen awhile back. sucky , but i’m cool). the 9000 was threaded, the 7000 isn’t.
i seem to remember that, back in the 70’s, some folks doing infrared were taping a plastic film(?) of some sort over lenses that couldn’t take proper filters. you got any clues on that?
if none of this makes sense, it’s cause i can barely see what i’m typing. temporary i’m sure. well, pretty sure.
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Hey Kim –
Not sure if this is the same thing, but I’ve heard of taking an exposed bit of color negative film (like the leader) and using it as a filter. I read about this somewhere on the web and it was said to act like an infrared filter. I tried it and it just looked like a dark, dense, reddish-orange filter. I could see how it could work with IR film, but it didn’t work with my digital camera except to make a reddish-orange photo…
What’s up with your eyes??? Hope all is well…
I love photography.And your tutorial in digital infrared was so helpful.I have a collage project that i have to finish until the start of the new term.Thank you for all the experienced advice.
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