Had a bit of time this weekend to shoot something different. A dedicated Infrared dSLR. In this case, a Canon 10d (shhh! don't tell anyone I'm using a Canon, it's a secret between you and me) since it's been directly converted to capture Infrared only, you can use it as a normal camera, no more clunky filters or long exposures.
As you can see here, the white sections are the heat, with the darker being cooler parts. Works well also for smoothing out skin blemishes.
I borrowed a 50mm f/1.8 lens from a friend, which works well with portraiture.
It is taking a bit of time to re-adjust to the new control layout, and some things on the 10d are extremely awkward to adjust.