Into The Red

Now that we are (or ought to be) lazing under warm sunny skies, I turned my photographic attention back to shooting in the near-infrared.  Unlike the earlier pictures I posted, these were all taken with an SLR with a Hoya R72 filter, followed by some manipulation in Photoshop.

http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/s/c/bin/slideshow.swf

~ by @mmonyte on July 19, 2008.

6 Responses to “Into The Red”

  1. I’m liking the eerie images of your garden. Very cool!

  2. Incredible IR photos, you invert some of them or polarize?

  3. Thanks. 🙂 Not that much post-processing. Just a levels adjustment. A couple I converted to B&W and the yellow shot was the result of playing with the channels mixer. There’s a lot of info here: http://www.wrotniak.net/photo/infrared/c5060.html

  4. Have you thought about getting your *istD converted to an infra red only camera? Costs about £200, but means you don’t have to fiddle about with a filter, and shutter speeds are hand-holdable.

    There was a bit all about it in the P.U. mag this issue.

  5. Dan,

    Thanks for the heads-up. Unfortunately I let my subscription expire recently! 😦

  6. I love the upper pond at Burnham beeches. thats my fav!! beautiful. I can’t wait to join the photography club!!

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