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Infrared at Crook Hall Gardens

After my recent foray into converting scanned colour film images into fake-infrared using Adobe Lightroom I was enthused to load a roll of “real” Infrared fiilm into my Yashicamat 124G twin-lens reflex. 147 more words


Trying a Different Path

I wasn’t able to do any conventional infrared photography on our trip to Scotland, but I decided to try some post-processing with Lightroom and Nik Efex for a similar look. 24 more words

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Morning Tree

(Scheduled post while I’m away)

Before 8 am, a tree in Kew Gardens

Rolleiflex E3, 75mm/3.5 Xenotar lens with IR72 filter.
EFKE 820 Aura IR film. 1 sec @ f11

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Surreal Land and Streetscapes

I’ve been working more with the Infrared medium and am finding that I’m in love with it.  The more I experiment the more I realize just how powerful the images can become.   8 more words


An Infrared Outing

This past Saturday I went to nearby Taylor Creek Park to shoot some Rollei Retro 80s film (with my Rolleiflex). One of the advantages of this film is that if you use an infrared filter (such as an IR 72 that looks almost completely opaque to the naked eye) you can do infrared photography, and I just love the ghostly, otherworldly look you get when doing this. 76 more words

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{Monochrome Madness 2-8} Children's Guard

This week’s monochrome madness image is one of my favorite IR shots to date- the playful dragon who guards our Bio Park’s Children’s Garden, draped in smirks and vines.  51 more words


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Infrared black and white from a memorable trip to the Getty Center