Infrared increases your chances of coming home with a midday photo

Infrared photography I’ve probably mentioned this before, but using an infrared converted camera increases your chances of coming home with a solid image when shooting in the middle of the day. I upgraded my infrared camera from a Lumix G6 … Continue reading

muse two

Photographer Muse – Part Two (or Deux if you prefer) I shared how much I enjoy working with Pash. I can’t give her enough credit for coming up with concepts she would like to pursue that lead me to new … Continue reading

my muse

My Muse – Pash Galbavy I gotta tell ya it is some kind of wonderful to have a creative person who enjoys being in front of the camera! I’ve never had a muse before. For those who might not know … Continue reading

a little infrared

A Little Infrared – View from Mariposa Restaurant There’s a wonderful restaurant in Sedona; AZ called Mariposa. Award-winning chef/owner Lisa Dahl created a Latin-inspired Grill menu on the hill between Uptown and West Sedona. I highly recommend heading over there … Continue reading

infrared for architecture

Infrared Capture for Photographing Architecture We don’t necessarily think about using IR capture when taking everyday images of architecture. It can give you a different look. And I like it. Always the difference will be dependent upon what the final … Continue reading

outdoor photography part three

Outdoor Photography – Walking Oak Creek Part Three This is a four-part series. Here are the links to previous posts. Part one. Part two. When out photographing for the day the camera that is converted to infrared makes shooting under … Continue reading

wandering scottsdale

Wandering – Scottsdale, Arizona Today is the start of a new feature here on the Successful-Photographer blog. Wandering will have images from a walk around a place with no other objective than to see what images might be gathered. Wandering … Continue reading