Infra-Red photography is a fascinating subject and converting a camera to shoot Infrared images will open up a whole new area in your photography. It allows the creation of stunning monochrome images that have universal appeal. Let us take you through what is involved in taking the plunge and how to create stunning images. Check out our Pdf here
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Infra-Red Video 003 – Basic Photoshop Manipulations – There isn’t a massive difference in editing techniques for Infra-Red, but the low contrast images it captures makes life easier – Download this video
Living on the Edge – This presentation is not a direct part of this set of videos, but it does use a number of Infra-Red images. The images will give you a good example of what a converted camera can do – Download this video
Infra-Red Video 006 – Toning and Duo Toning – Generally speaking Infra-Red images will be monochrome, but with modern image editors like Photoshop and Lightroom, we can easily add colour – Download this video
The Fire Trail – This presentation was not created as a part of this video set, but it may give you a better idea of what can be achieved with a converted camera and a short walk through our local fire trail – Download this video
Three years later – I returned to this subject after 3 years as a review of the 9 videos above and infra-red in general. What we may feel was a great idea in 2014, may not seem such a good idea some years later. (Spoiler alert: It was a good idea) Download this video
Below are a few full size raw images that you can download and open up in your image editor. You’ll see that removing colour casts is easy and you can try out your infra-red image editing techniques.