Post title says it all. Already wrote a long-winded post about my first experiences and a follow-up. Here are some additional samples.
Nothing fancy. Just random shots of scenes seen. But the fact that this solution has made casual Infrared photography accessible is a bit amazing. All for the low $24 cost of an Infrared pass/Visible light cut filter. More details are in the post linked in the previous paragraph.
I went into this Infrared experiment unsure of the outcome. Had feared that it would be a brief trial before moving back to visible light photography, but I really like the different look. Likely also helps that I really like black and white photography and this is a very interesting option. I find the whites of the foliage, the darks of plastic and asphalt, and the glow of many other objects to be fascinating. While I am sure I will convert the sd Quattro back to regular photography soon, I can also say that I definitely will be using Infrared again in the future. The fact that SIGMA makes it easy to switch back and forth between the two is much appreciated. I already really like the camera, and this is yet another feather in the SIGMA sd Quattro’s cap.