July 20, 2024

Hi Folks,
I did a version of this video a while ago, but never published it properly. After going through a series of Screen Capture applications, I’m now mixing Screenflow with Stomp to give you these, hopefully, improved videos with zooming and panning.

This video covers the creation of a camera profile for my Infrared Camera, a converted Canon 400D. The conversion was done by Advanced Camera Services in the UK (they also do it for Europe), but Life Pixel do it in the US.

Now, I’m still getting used to Screenflow, and I will improve the audio further (it’s still better than a lot of videos I see online), so bear with me. The intro was done with the 5D Mark II, so try not to laugh too hard.

Addendum: I said color calibration when I meant white balance as I hovered over the WB slider in the DNG profile editor. Also you can get the Matt Dawson script I mentioned from his site, The Photo Geek.

3 thoughts on “Creating an IR Camera Profile

  1. Hi Sean,
    I shot some photos using the Hoya infrared filter on my Nikon 300s. When i imported the photos into LR they did appear like an infrared photo should look when in Library mode ( the higher contrast B&W photo I would expect)..
    When I went to Develop mode, the photos all turned very red and have remained red even when i go back to the Library mode.
    How do i Develop the photo to make it like it should look?

    1. The post here covers what I do.
      You need to create an appropriate camera profile to deal with it.

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