Snow vs Infrared

Infrared field-2

This is my first attempt at taking an infrared photo with my brand spangly new Hoya R72 filter. It’s totally out of focus but I rather like it nonetheless :) I’ve yet to be able to get the colours looking good on a full colour version, but practise makes perfect! I will be sure to post more about my infrared experiments in the upcoming weeks, as I can’t wait to give it a proper go.

In the meantime, I thought the parallels between this photo above (a 30 second exposure taken on a sunny, snowless day) and the one below (a 1/125? exposure taken last week when the snow was still hanging around) were interesting.

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Snow vs Infrared

Infrared field-2

This is my first attempt at taking an infrared photo with my brand spangly new Hoya R72 filter. It’s totally out of focus but I rather like it nonetheless :) I’ve yet to be able to get the colours looking good on a full colour version, but practise makes perfect! I will be sure to post more about my infrared experiments in the upcoming weeks, as I can’t wait to give it a proper go.

In the meantime, I thought the parallels between this photo above (a 30 second exposure taken on a sunny, snowless day) and the one below (a 1/125? exposure taken last week when the snow was still hanging around) were interesting.

water-mist-2-low

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