more infrared

As you can probably tell by my lack of posting the last few days it has been extremely busy in bob’s world. Had a full two day shoot for the Sky Ranch Lodge after their remodel. I’ll share some photos … Continue reading

people infrared photos part dos

The marriage theme continues from the Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration at Tlaquepaque in Sedona. (see part uno) This couple was having a blast dancing with Mexican musicians providing music. They stopped and graciously posed for people … Continue reading

people infrared photography

Obviously infrared imaging is not for people photography. Dead eyes. Super high contrast. Blown out highlights. Definitely not for people… Unless you are doing something artsy with the scene being most important and people are a relatively small element in … Continue reading

gila wilderness infrared photos

While on the mountain trip we rode off through the wilderness. Can you say “Curvy Roads!” boys and girls? Lots of winding roads through the area but it led to some beautiful places. I had the Lumix G6 that has … Continue reading

infrared photography part three

Live, learn and practice some more. This is the continuing story of learning to see and capture infrared images with my newly refurbished Lumix G6 camera from LifePixel where I added a straight IR filter to the camera… (see Part … Continue reading

infrared imaging part 2

OK. I went back to the same file I worked on yesterday and reprocessed using a couple different techniques. Here is the new version captured with the Lumix G6 and the 7-14mm f4 lens. Different processing led to a cleaner … Continue reading

infrared imaging

It’s a bit of a different world when you move into infrared imaging. This is photography with a totally different look. It used to be very difficult to capture infrared as the filters used to allow the non-visible light spectrum … Continue reading