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IR Photography with a Leica CL

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Hello,

After a bit of a wait (they had a hard time opening up the CL), I just got my CL back from Life Pixel.  I had them replace the hot mirror with what they call their SuperColor filter (590nm).  I am coming up a bit of a learning curve in regards to white balance in Lightroom (the need to adjust the DNG profile), but hope to post some information in regards to how various Leica lenses perform.  I have already noticed that the TL 35mm has a minor HotSpot from F8 on, but I hope to see how many M and R lenses perform.

 

More to come.

Dan

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set a custom WB and save that.

download DNG profile editor..make a profile and you can load that into LR, apply it to an IR image, save it as a preset and apply during import.

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That's pretty funky & loud, just needs some pink spiky hair now and you're all set to roll.

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Not quite to my taste, but easily changed when you tire of it :lol:

There should be a list of IR-hot-spot-free M lenses on GetDPI.com.

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THANKS, that will be very useful.  Yes, the skin color is a bit much, but I hope to get a 2nd CL and I wanted to clearly know the IR vs. 'normal'.  I think I achieved that. :)

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