I use a infrared converted camera, I generally use the 720nm filter (Hoya R72 equivalent)
You can try your luck with a screw on filter, a tripod, and a very long exposure, although I have never had much luck with the Olympus cameras for infrared, even with the internal IR blocking filter removed.
Well, its not a black and white, the sky is still blue The strong white of the trees is because it is a picture in infrared. The original comes out red, but photoshop switches the red with blue to produce this. It was taken at rutgers university.