Digital artist Dave Whenham took a moment to discuss with me his interest in Infrared Photography.
Situated outside of St. Louis, MO in almost the middle of nowhere sits the ruins of a small Church. Continue Reading >>
The Missouri State Penitentiary, also known as “The Walls”, was a prison in Jefferson City, Missouri, that operated from 1836-2004. Before it closed, it was the oldest operating penal facility west of the Mississippi River and was infamously referred to as the “bloodiest 47 acres in America”. Some people say it is haunted. Continue Reading >>
I recently had the opportunity to test drive the Sigma 18-35 f1.8 Art lens.
It’s a great lens, but is it a great INFRARED lens? Continue Reading >>
Ildiko is an Infrared artist originally from Hungry. I first saw Ildikos work on Flickr, and was so impressed by the depth and emotional feel of her work.
I recently made the decision to update my Infrared camera, and after careful thought, chose the Canon 7DMKII.
I recently had the opportunity to speak with Tracy Rose, a digital artist who shoots fashion images in Infrared
The Sunflower+Project: StL is an urban renewal project In Saint Louis, Missouri designed to make productive use of previously developed urban lots through the cultivation and planting of sunflowers and winter wheat.
It is also a great location for an Infrared shoot.
Sandro Martini has been a digital artist for over 30 years and Has a wonderful eye for detail. His Infrared work blends color with powerful locations.
In downtown Saint Louis, MO along the bank of the Mississippi River is a Mile long stretch of Flood wall known as the Graffiti Wall.
What if you could store every Infrared image you’ve ever taken for less than 4 cents a day?
Now you can.
If I were to sum up Cindis style of Infrared photography with one word, it would be intense. Her images pull you in and tell a story.
Do you love Orchids? You should see them in Infrared . . .
The Compton Hill water tower is a stunning monument to an era when form and beauty were as important as function. The Tower, was designed by Harvey Ellis, for the firm of George R. Mann in 1897. Located in St Louis, MO it is one of only seven of these structures still standing in the United States. The Tower was an immediate tourist attraction and a highlight for visitors to St. Louis for the 1904 World’s Fair. The water tower is a standpipe encased in an architectural tower and was a critical part of the City’s early water system. The standpipe absorbed surges from the late-19th-century reciprocating water pumps, ensuring consistent water pressure. Because of its height in comparison to surrounding structures, a lantern was positioned at the windows at night to provide a point of reference to travelers. In use until 1929, today it stands as a historical monument to a time long past. Situated next the tower is a modern reservoir that has been designed to match the style of the Tower.
Shaun is a photographer with an amazing control of light. His images have such depth and evoke so much emotion. I had to speak with him about his Infrared photography
Okay, I have another opportunity for you to try a new software FREE.
Umm, . . . but there’s one little detail…….
Before I get started I need to tell you a few things in full disclosure.
First, I got this card reader almost a year ago and have been using it nearly every day.
Second, . . . . I am a card reader serial killer.
Donald Cook was the very first winner of the Life Pixel Monthly Photo contest, in May. Donald was new to Infrared photography, and his prize gave him the opportunity to make IR images with a converted camera. I caught up with Donald recently to see how he was doing with his Infrared photography.