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Hoya R1 filter on Leica Q2 M


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Just experimenting with a Hoya R1 filter.The effect is quite pleasing.Just a quick shot out of the shop.

I used Aperture priority F 5.6.Iso 200.

Impact on transmission : SS changed from 1/1600 to 1/160.

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33 minutes ago, PhotoCruiser said:

Would you not archive the same or better effect doing same thing in your raw editing program?

Chris

Nope...

Look at the closest car toning (with and without IR-flter)

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Now I’m confused.  You mention using the Hoya R1 filter in the photo, which is a standard red color.  In your reply you mention using an IR filter, which I’m assuming is an infrared.  So which is it?

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17 hours ago, PhotoCruiser said:

Would you not archive the same or better effect doing same thing in your raw editing program?

Chris

The raw file from a monochrome camera has no colour data so one cannot simulate the use of a coloured filter to filter out red. Anything you do affects all the pixels. It’s make sense to use colour filters with a monochrome camera.

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vor 10 Stunden schrieb Leica28:

Now I’m confused.  You mention using the Hoya R1 filter in the photo, which is a standard red color.  In your reply you mention using an IR filter, which I’m assuming is an infrared.  So which is it?

My thoughts.

However thanks for the explanation,
I shot a lot in B/W in my analog times where filters where necessary to archive certain effects and i thought that nowadays we
would be able to reproduce the effects on digital cameras but it seems that I was wrong.

Chris

 

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