While photographing a cattle round up in Northern California I brought along my infrared Canon EOS 7D. While I was waiting for the cattle to be moved I settled into some rocks and oak trees to wait. This proved to be a great spot for some landscapes . Not having a tripod with me I braced the camera against a rock for the fairly low shutter speed and stopped down F stop. Canon EOS 7D converted to infrared with a Canon EF-S-10-22mm lens at 12mm. My camera settings were AV mode, ISO 400, f 16.0 at 1/40th of a sec.
@Lary003 - to clarify, the 7D is not editing the image, the sensor has been converted to read the IR spectrum range, which is done in the workshop. There are some filters that claim to allow an unmodified sensor to read IR, but I have not seen the results of such devices.