One abiding interest I have in both color and infrared photography is architecture. Obviously, buildings and man-made structures don’t move around, so I’m able to consider more carefully the best situation for each photograph and return again and again to capture different perspectives and lighting. I believe infrared works especially well in architecture because an object which in the visible color range appears drab and ordinary no matter the natural lighting can really emerge much more dramatically in the infrared spectrum to become quite extraordinary.
All the current photos in my online infrared Pbase albums were taken with the Sony F707. My post processing has been a mixed bag as I’ve changed methods and workflow several times. I am still in hardest part of the digital IR photography learning curve; consequently, I’m most humbled to be asked to share my photos with this blog’s audience. Thank you for viewing them, and I welcome any suggestions you might have.
I also want to include a link to Bruce's Photo Blog. Although not entirely dedicated to IR, Bruce posts a lot of IR, and I have always enjoyed viewing his photos there.
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