What is diffraction? What factors impact diffraction? Is diffraction different with infrared light? Spoiler: Yes!
Infrared Photography book
Color Doesn’t Exist: A Practical Guide to Infrared Photography contains over 300 pages of know-how for IR photographers at every skill level.
Infrared Profile Pack
Free profiles shift color temperature to get the desired white balance for your color infrared images in Lightroom and Photoshop.
Shooting and editing infrared images with a vintage Canon New FD 24mm f/2.8 lens adapted to a mirrorless camera converted to 590 nm.
Methods for fixing infrared hot spots, which are produced by certain lenses when shooting infrared photography.
How to use Lightroom’s Soft Proofing to ensure that colors print properly with your printer or third-party print service.
Which X-mount lenses which work well with infrared photography? Which have hot spots and at what apertures?
How to make the primary colors pop in your color infrared photography by using a technique called Subtractive Color.
Rollei Infrared B&W negative ISO 400 film is sensitive to visible light and near-infrared up to 820 nm, can capture mostly IR with a 720 nm filter.
Ensure that prints made from your printer or from a third-party print service match what you see on your screen.
Editing a 590 nm color infrared photo with Lightroom for iPad with the Apple Pencil.
Considerations and recommendations for selecting a camera to convert to infrared or full-spectrum.
Comparing color swapping with the Enhanced profile and Local Hue Adjustment in Lightroom.
Guide for a color infrared workflow in Lightroom using Enhanced Profiles with LUTs, which will speed your edit time and produce great results.