My IR Photography Post Processing Workflow

Due to a video hosting change this tutorial is currently offline. I will have it back soon

This tutorial is a re-post of a tutorial that I had previously posted on the old blog.


This screencast tutorial documents how I handle post processing on images captured with an IR converted dslr. Even if you are not an IR shooter, there are some general tips and tricks that you might find useful.

This entry was posted in IR photography.


  1. Kevin Wisdom July 31, 2012 at 5:13 am #

    Hello, I was just watching your tutorial about IR processing and I heard you mention you use a D200 with IR conversion. I also have this camera and I was wondering if you could give me some details about where you had the conversion done and what it cost you.

    • ScottWood August 1, 2012 at 7:28 pm #

      I’m not really sure about the price, as they have been running a lot of specials lately, but mine was done by LifePixel and has their super color filter.

  2. Ben August 1, 2012 at 3:17 pm #

    Thank you for this tutorial, I’ve been looking for a good IR tutorial, our wedding photographer took an IR shot of our wedding party and I fell in love. I recently got a hoya r72 filter for my 70-300mm lens on my 5d mk3 and have been playing with IR. I really appreciate the time you put in to this for the workflow!

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