The Missouri Botanical Gardens Orchid Show
As an infrared photographer for many years, I always look forward to the first spring photography outing of the year in Charleston, SC. The early spring lime greens are prime for infrared. The translucence sings! Actually, most of my photography in the spring is made with my D800 with the super color conversion from Lifepixel.
We all have old DSLRs laying around like paper weights, just taking up space. Most aren’t salable anymore because of the rapid changes in digital technology. However, depending on the file size and on how old the technology is, many are candidates for an infrared conversion.
You may have noticed the so called adjustable variable infrared filters that are popping up on Ebay and elsewhere online. Here is one example:
So how do these adjustable IR filters work and are the results any good?
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If you are someone who like Monochrome Infrared, then you will love the Infrared digital art of Vern Bartley.
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Rock n Roll . . . in Infrared???
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If you enjoy Monochrome Infrared Landscapes, you will love Luke Tscharke’s work.
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In the world of Infrared Photography, Laurie Klein is well known for her stunning monochrome Infrared images.
I recently had the opportunity to interview her.
The Lensbaby Composer Pro/Sweet 35 is a cool, unique lens,
But how is it for Infrared???Continue Reading >>
A great place to shoot . . .
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