wetlands infrared

Infrared Image Wetlands Near Sedona, Arizona The Lumix G6 is coming in very handy now that it is converted over to infrared capture by LifePixel. Midday is not the best time in the world for catching beautiful photos with standard … Continue reading

international photographic competition – pt 4

International Photographic Competition – Part 4 Change is in the air! Due to a change in this year’s judging procedure, I can share my Loan Collection images from the International Photographic Competition (IPC) put on by Professional Photographers of America … Continue reading

infamous infrared photography

Infrared Photography – Some Members of Infamous Mopar AZ Chapter Car Club in Sedona You never know who you might run into when you are out photographing clouds. While I was catching some infrared photos at Bell Rock Vista in … Continue reading

infrared panorama photo

Infrared Photography Panorama Style “The sailing clouds went by, like ships upon the sea.” — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Clouds scudding across the azure skies. Words can take you to some beautiful places but as the Chinese say, a picture is … Continue reading

black & white photography

Processing Black & White Photography Ansel said it. He likened great photography to a concert. The Print is the performance. The capture is merely the score. OK. Maybe I paraphrased a little bit but the idea is there. And the … Continue reading

sunday photo/art quote – newton

Sunday Photo/Art Quote – Helmut Newton What is your job as a photographer? If portraiture is your genre then showing people at their best is your work. That means you need to be very good at lighting the form to … Continue reading

reticulation effect

Reticulation Reticulation. “H’mmm, Bob what the heck are you talking about?” If you asked the question above you probably were not a black and white film photographer from past days. We usually learned about the reticulation effects when we treated … Continue reading

cathedral rock sedona arizona

Photographing Cathedral Rock in Sedona, Arizona Sometimes you just gotta change your thought pattern to get a better photo. I was with fellow photographer Ralph Romaguera and his wife Cindy who were on a Route 66 road trip. They stopped … Continue reading

infrared photography on the creek

Infrared Photography on the Oak Creek My job is tough! Yesterday I took on the task of going hiking in Oak Creek Canyon in Sedona, Arizona to capture infrared photos. OK, maybe tough isn’t the correct word for this assignment. … Continue reading

infrared photos stud horse point page arizona

Stud Horse Point Infrared Photography – Page Arizona Infrared imaging can add interest to a scene that otherwise would be OK but rather mundane. I have a Lumix G6 that I had converted to IR by LifePixel. It’s great to … Continue reading