Whenever I talk about shooting infrared photography with my friends, one of the first questions is “So, you do nite photography?” Of course, I have not until the recent nite photography class. We were at a shopping center to shoot water droplets on mylar. Instead, I decided to try out the infrared camera. My initial conclusions is not great. The street lamps caused a ton of flair. I tried shading the lens but that did not help the flare problem. The infrared camera is not very sensitive at nite. I had to shoot at ISO 400, f/2.8, for 10 seconds. It was underexposed by a stop but I did not want the flare to blow out too much.