Am I an infrared bore?

  I know I am running the risk of turning this into an infrared blog, but I just wanted to share another of my recent shots with you. I have called it “A Farm  In Infrared”. Does what it says on the tin I guess? It was taken at 28mm, F6.3 using my little ‘yellow’ compact camera and my infrared lens. I […]

Appreciating your own backyard and new techniques

Whilst I adore travelling the world and documenting our trips through photography  it can be even more satisfying to obtain pictures you are proud of from your own locality. When you’re faced with the incredible wildlife of the Mara, or the architectural wonders of Paris it’s not hard to get a decent photograph. It can, however, be much […]

The Yorkshire Dales, In Infrared

Last weekend we headed to the Yorkshire Dales and had a lovely weekend experimenting with infrared photography. Thankfully it snowed heavily on the Friday night, so after the tractor had rescued our car from the field  (!) we headed out for a hike to Aysgarth Falls with the wee ‘yellow camera’ in tow. The freshly fallen snow bathed […]

Lapland… in infrared

A week or so ago I shared some infrared photos with no post processing. Since then I have been beavering away to try and post process these RAW files, experimenting with all kinds of tints, temperatures, white balance and sharpness. I settled on monochrome, because this is what inspired me to take infrared photography in the first place.  I […]

Further experiments in infrared…

I’ve been out and about again, experimenting with infrared photography. This was before the snow arrived in England, and I was keen to see what kind of shots I could get without the incredibly reflective shiny surface of the freshly fallen snow I’d become accustomed too in Lapland. I quite literally ‘painted the town red’ when I headed off into York […]