You can see the veins clearly in some of the advertising imagery; on the other hand, heroin chic leaves the girls with very little subcutaneous fat.
The place to look for an IR effect is in the blacks, eg. synthetic clothes which will look the same as other materials to your eyes, but not in the photos. However, if the camera profiles have been heavily edited this effect may have been minimised, with damaged normal-color rendition as a result. For instance my magnta-minimised P30+ portrait profile will certainly render real world magenta flowers with less saturation.
I'd say that to get good color rendition with an IR filter fitted you should use a profile made with the filter. If you get a filter, send me a spare one for my 80mm and I'll wave the profiling fee
I am convinced digital photography brings out veins under the skin
I bought an IR UV cut filter for my 80 and sinarback
Cannot see ANY difference at all with or without
maybe three in a stack would have an affect
But it does look quite funky on the camera
now a red filter (ie a blue cut) would cut would darken all non red items and in effect lighten reddy areas like bad skin
given a grey card shot at the time to bring the colours back ??