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 […]
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.
Founded in 1853, Washington University is a private Research University located in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA. Washington University or “Wash-U” was named after the first US President, George Washington. The University campus has the classic look and feel of an old world ivy league school. A perfect place to shoot some architectural HDR in Infrared.
I recently had the opportunity to try out the Camsafe V9 anti-theft camera sling pack made by Pacsafe. If you are not familiar with Pacsafe, they design bags to keep your gear safe, and they do it with style. Let me put it this way, if James Bond needed a camera bag, . . […]
If you are looking for a low-cost, no-cost alternative to Photoshop, Lightroom, Corell, and the others, you may want to check out Autodesk’s Pixlr. The software many already know as a phone app is now available for free download to your PC or MAC. And here’s the surprise, It’s not bad, It works.
Sean Lara is a photographer in Colorado who incorporates Infrared photography into Wedding Portraiture.
I heard it once said that you haven’t arrived as an artist until someone steals your work. Unfortunately the internet makes it easier everyday for someone to just take that perfect image you worked so hard to create.
If you are like me and love to shoot landscapes in Infrared, when it comes to lenses, the wider the better. Wide angle, no lets go Ultra wide.
The Cotton Belt Rail Depot is located in downtown Saint Louis, MO,USA. The Cotton Belt Depot was built in 1911 and was in service for many years, and then just left alone for several decades. I have photographed the Cotton Belt Depot for the last several years, with the permission of its current owners. It […]
If you are shooting with a Fujifilm X-T1, I have some exciting news for you.