Category Archives: Infrared Photography
Tall grasses brushed by a breeze, a cloud-streaked sky and the march of a fence line into the distance coalesced into a perfect infrared landscape.
On a windless day, a still reflection and a somber sky.
The sky was dramatic, but I needed a foreground. The grasses were nice of course, but the dandelions made it happen.
This happy mix of tulips and daffodils is transformed by the infrared-converted camera, and then of course, tweaked to emulate the infrared film I used to favor years ago. But why the need to “improve” on Mother Nature? In deference … Continue reading
The forecast was for thunder storms, and the forecast was correct. Moments after this image was made, the downpour began.
The plum trees are in blossom, but the flag is at half staff.
Morning mist painted a veil over the landscape.
A quiet scene on the hilltop recalls the sounds of horses’ hooves and the riders’ voices as they make the jump and gallop on.
Another moment by the lake, this time in infrared.