These are the first tests I've shot with my new infrared Fujifilm X-E2 body, modified by removing the IR blocking filter over the sensor and replacing it with a 665nm bandpass filter which blocks most visible light but freely lets IR through. There are mix of B&W and colour processed IR shots and most of the colour IR shots have had their red and blue colour channels swapped in Photoshop, except for photos 2 and 6. The only colour IR with slightly different processing than the rest is photo 13, where I opted to leave the foliage its natural pink tone after performing the channel swap. For more details on processing, click the above "-back to post-" link.
The first three photos of my colleague Nicole show what is possible with a bit of colour manipulation, where one can achieve totally different looks. The 665nm filter I chose, lets more colour information through than the more often used 720nm bandpass filter, but it still retains enough of the typical dramatic IR contrast, with dark skies and bright sunlit foliage, that I don't feel I'm missing much over a 720nm filter. I have also added glow and grain in Photoshop, in order to mimic much of the look of classic Kodak HIE infared film.