The second thing I found out was that you can't see through the filter at all, so you have no idea how to compose the shot.... voila... you have to take off the filter and keep it safe while you are composing the picture, and only after you have it composed... then you put on the filter.....
OOOOPPPPPS Still not there yet....
3) Your camera, as smart as it is, is not able to focus through this totally black filter... so back the drawing board after playing around with this for awhile. Off comes the filter again, and change the camera setting to manual focus... back goes the filter.
OOOOPPPPS... forgot to recompose after all of the moving about
4) off with the filter, refocus and recompose, then back with the filter, and voila! after only an hour... 3 shots.
5) The shots look black and white in the camera viewer, how ever they do not look like this when they go in to your computer. They look red.... and then begins the processing.
I would say i still need a bit of practice ( LOL) with this new "toy". Have any of you ever used an INFRARED FILTER BEFORE???? Any wise advice????