Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Hunter River, color and infrared
This is one reason I have really started to work with infrared photography for landscapes. Artistically, i love the etherial quality that often comes from infrared capture, especially when combined with a long exposure time. As well, much of my shooting ends up being done in the middle of the day, which is not ideal for landscapes. The files can be a little tricky to work with in some ways, but are much easier in others. Just to show the difference, I have two images of the same scene, one with the IR filter and the other without.