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288 Pages - Paperback
Infrared photography can provide unique and flattering portraits, eye-catching close-ups of flowers, travel photographs unlike any you've ever seen before, and, if you know a few tricks, a new perspective on sports photography. You may have seen infrared photos without even being aware that they are infrared images! This full-color, hands-on book includes numerous do-it-yourself tutorials that show you how to convert your existing camera for IR use. You'll learn how to take infrared photos with both snapshot cameras and digital SLRs using a full range of shutter speeds and lens openings. You don't need a costly IR filter - you'll learn how to make your own! You'll be amazed to learn that many cameras, including dSLRs and consumer cameras like Canon PowerShot and Nikon CoolPix models, can be converted to shoot infrared photos full-time. Digital Infrared Pro Secrets will help you blow the lid off of IR photography!
Table of Contents
Part I: Ready, Set, Go
Chapter 1: Infrared Photography and You
Chapter 2: Inside an Infrared-Capable Camera
Chapter 3: Equipping Yourself
Chapter 4: Accessories After the Fact
Chapter 5: IR Conversions
Part II: Oh, Shoot! Infrared Photo Techniques
Chapter 6: Landscape IR Photography
Chapter 7: Macro and Abstract IR
Chapter 8: IR People Pictures
Chapter 9: IR Indoors
Chapter 10: Action, Flash and Other Challenges
Part III: Ex Post (Processing) Facto
Chapter 11: Fixing Up Your Images
Chapter 12: Color IR
Chapter 13: Hard Copies Arent Hard
Appendix A: Glossary of Photographic, Digital, and Infrared Terminology