Thursday, February 23, 2006

Infrared Photography the Digital Way

If you have a digital camera that you aren't using it can be converted to shoot infrared light with much less hassle than using infrared film.

My friend Eleanor has been shooting in the snow with a infrared converted DSLR Canon camera. The work is stunning.

Eleanor writes, "All I have to work with up here in Colorado is sky, mountains, blowing snow and some pine trees so don't expect that traditional infrared "look" (white leaves and grass) in these images. The thing to note is that no highlight or shadow was "out of range". There are NO blown out highlights and all shadows have good detail. There images are all high contrast situations."

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