This is how the infrared image looks directly out of my camera. You need to set the white balance (WB) manually. Either you do that before every image and pre-set the white balance by focusing on a leaf or grass and saving that value. You cannot photograph in automatic mode as then the the camera will ignore the pre-set WB and the image will come out all red. I am using an infrared converted camera so this camera can no longer take normal photographs.
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Ishasha sector and north kazinga channel sector of Queen Elizabeth N.P. in Uganda. We've been tracking lions with the @ugandacarnivores and we saw also the tree climbing lions of Ishasha. Lions are in real trouble: 11 villages are in the Park and the conflict is huge. 80 lions more or less with problems of genetic inbreeding. If you want to help saving the Uganda lions you should help the @ugandacarnivores they do monitoring and conflict solving. Their funds it's not enough and every little help is a huge success. Take a look on their website. It's mine and yours responsibility to protect the iconic lion.