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vito

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I read somewhere it is possible with some DSLR's, but you have to modify the camera by dismounting some filter.
May be some one with more knowledge can chime in.
 
When I shot infrared I had to use a number 25 dark red filter. A filter passes it's own color. I know nothing about digital, can you shoot b&w. and if you can maybe shoot a b&w with a red filter? B&w was my favorite medium.
 
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