So, I finally got around to doing more digital infrared tests! I took some pictures outside in front of my Mom’s house and on the street. The sunlight was absolutely PERFECT for infrared, so I went for it.
These photos actually turn out red in the camera, and I convert them to b&w in post-processing. I’m getting the hang of it. See what looks like snow on the grass? It isn’t snow. It’s the GRASS. B&W infrared turns everything with chlorophyll white, the sky dark like it’s night, and stuff glows. Human skin glows, too.
It’s really neat. I’ve loved it ever since I was taught in college.
(Stay tuned for actual b&w infrared on film. That is also a plan of mine!)
Here they are!
Digital infrared. Mom’s goose. Pic taken 4/16/16.
6 thoughts on “Photo Notes: Digital Infrared Photography Testing”
OH! I’m in love. Those trees! Those shadows! I’m swooning! I love tree images, and shadow ones!
May I please reblog this, and link to it in my new website in the making? I’d be honored to share this!
Thank you, Shan! You can certainly reblog it. 🙂
I’ll try to do that this week. =)
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Something lovely and evocative for your Thursday! #Lovely #shadows