This is What Happens When You use INFRARED CAMERAS for PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY

1/15/2018 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

This is What Happens When You use INFRARED CAMERAS for PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY

► Warning : sensor conversion for infrared photography implies that the camera modified will be dedicated to infrared photography. Classic photography will not be able anymore once the modification.



You need the help of a professional camera IR modifier to get this result. This Portrait photoshoot was done with Infrared Cameras, I wanted to see what happens when people get their portrait taken with modified cameras.

Final images:






People in the video : ►Photographers : 

▲Mathieu Stern : www.instagram.com/mathieustern


▲Pierre-Louis Ferrer ( Red ):


- YT Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt4A...
- site : http://www.plferrer.photos
- Insta : https://www.instagram.com/plf_photogr...
- Facebook : www.facebook.com/plfphotographie/

- Canon 6D modified for IRGear used by Pierre - Louis :
- Infrared Filter 550nm by Kolari Vision
- Tokina 17mm F/3.5 RMC
- Nikon E 35 F/2.5
- Helios 85 F/1.5


▲Vincent Villaret ( White ):


- YT channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn6y...


Gear used by Vincent :
- Canon 7D modofoed for IR
- Canon 50 mm f1.4


►Models :

Mathilde : www.instagram.com/mathilde.ba...
Laureen : www.facebook.com/OrlandoLaureen/


►BTS Cameraman :
Antoine :www.instagram.com/antenomis/



You may also like "Infragram Project: How to make a DIY Infrared Camera for only $10"


About Mathieu Stern:

Free-lancer, I am shooting viral videos about photography, travel and many other subjects. Help me to do more cool videos reviews by visiting my Patreon page HERE



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