A venture into the non visible spectrum of Infra red photography.

The first image I took was using my Nikon D810 with a hoya 720 IR filter. The image was of Sycamore Gap on Hadrian's Wall. I then purchased a second hand Nikon D300 which was then converted to 830nm black and white wavelength by Advanced Camera Systems. This allowed me to take IR images normally without the need for the long exposures using the lens filters. Processed in Lightroom and Topaz with plenty of clarity and contrast the results are typically punchy IR.