I know these track pictures are repetitive but I really like how they look in infrared, I'm about ready to take Carson back and do it again, she is 13 now :)
I always loved this, over the next day or two I will post some shots with people in them because in the world of infrared you mostly see landscapes because of long exposure times. I get around this by using a Sony nightshot function on my camera that moves the ir blocker glass out of the way.... Also I stack a neutral density filter with a B&W 093 which blocks 100% of visible light. Using this technique I achieve exposure times of 1/60 of a second. I remember the girl in this shot had very natural red hair, I thought it was interesting how IR showed multi colored strands and the black bars on the wagon brought a cool contrast to the shot
We had a lot of fun visiting the Arch and it turned out to be a pretty good day for Infrared Photography too
This one turned out looking more like a regular B&W than infrared... It's hard to remember the details but I was experimenting with filters and this one obviously let more visible light through. It is however full of memories and reminds me of those fleeting moments you spend with your kids when they are growing up. They really do change so fast that shots like this become valuable beyond words.
Taken on a shopping trip in Charleston SC, I was just waiting in the car waiting for them to finish up ;) lots of photographic moments happen that way
I love Castles and Biltmore house located in Asheville NC is a great one to visit, I will probably end up adding several from this trip here,really fun day to photograph in IR
Not very fascinating I know ;) .. Just an illustration of how different skin looks in the IR spectrum... Just holding my hand up against the sky