Infrared photography is the registering the luminal specter between 700 and 1200 nanometers of wavelength. They are not visible to the human eye. However, there is some infrared equipment for beginners like the Hoya-R72 infrared filter that can transform your photographs. The price can vary a lot, and it can be found from 19 euros for a 52mm camera. This filter’s function is to block all the visible light specter while allowing only infrared light to pass through. Aside from the filter, the necessary infrared equipment for beginners when starting with infrared photography is quite standard: a tripod and a camera that can register infrared light. You might think you need a particular camera, but the truth is almost every compact camera can detect infrared light. There is a simple test you can perform to know if your camera can detect infrared light. Just point your TV or DVD remote control to the lens and press any button, if you can see through the camera screen a light coming from the remote, you already have the Basic gear for beginners when starting with infrared photography .
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