The Minolta Rokkor-X 45mm f/2 is a small vintage lens ideally suited to infrared photography due to its lack of hot spots.
Answering your questions, critiquing your IR images, and editing your IR images live.
Testing an APS-C fisheye lens for use in infrared and visible light photography.
I’ve added a page to track which Fujifilm GF lenses are good for shooting infrared.
Shooting portraits in Ultraviolet light using a Full Spectrum camera and a UV bandpass filter.
Infrared Photography Live Stream Q&A, answered questions from viewers and previous videos, and did some troubleshooting on viewer images.
The vintage lenses and adapters that I have used for Infrared Photography. All have no hot spots in infrared.
Infrared photography with Soligor Wide-Auto 35mm f/2.8 and Soligor Tele-Auto 135mm f/2.8, no hot spots, great with mirrorless cameras, and affordable.
Shoot and edit infrared images with existing DSLR or mirrorless camera. Equipment, settings, and ways to edit with Lightroom and Photoshop.
Shooting infrared images with the 7artisans 18mm f/6.3 cap lens, a fixed focal length, fixed aperture, and fixed focus lens.
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.