I don’t know if you’re tired of looking at pictures of bookcases and test charts, but I’m tired of making them. So, for a little break, here are some IR pictures with the LifePixel-modified Sony a7 and the 28mm f/1.4 Nikkor-D. The camera has LifePixel’s “Super COlor” filter, which passes some visible light in addition to the IR. For some of these images, I used a 830 nm lowpass filter over the lens, resulting in IR-only images. For others, I used the whole spectral range of the modified sensor.
I was lucky to encounter what Fred Picker used to call “squall light”, which occurs when the sky is cloudy, the sun low, and there’s a break in the clouds right where the sun is. It only lasted about 15 minutes, so I had to work fast.