lets talk infrared photography

I enjoy infrared photography to extend my shooting day. Harsh light doesn’t do much for regular color imaging. I believe it is beauteous, when captured with a camera that has been converted to infrared.

My current camera was converted to infrared by LifePixel. It is a Lumix G6 (now out of production) I keep a Lumix G Vario 14-140mm lens attached. I stay with the standard 720nm (nanometer) filter. It replicates the original black and white ‘IR look’ I enjoy. I’ve written about IR for several publications.

Here are a few links to try out if you would like to learn more.

Courthouse Butte in Sedona, AZ created with camera converted to infrared

https://photofocus.com/quick-tips/infrared-photography-extends-your-options

Created on Oak Creek at Crescent Moon State Park Sedona, AZ

https://photofocus.com/photography/outdoor-photography-at-oak-creek-part-three

Love how the palm leaves render in infrared. Pond at Papago Park in Phoenix, AZ

https://successful-photographer.com/papago-park-infrared

Let me know if you have any questions.

Yours in Creative Photography,       Bob

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