The Beauty of Infrared
Here are some of my pictures taken in the infrared, the invisible hue of light, providing radiant, shining greenery, dark skies, and wondrously soft shadows.
You also may be interested in a technical article: Infrared Photography with a Digital Camera.
|Grayson County and Mawbry Mill, Virginia (Olympus E-300)|
|The Kings Canyon and Yosemite, California; Olympus C-5060WZ (1,2) and E-20 (3)|
|Horsehead Wetlands Center on the Maryland Eastern Shore; Olympus E-20|
|A pond in Crofton, Maryland, where I live; Olympus E-20|
|Ocracoke Island, NC; Washington, DC, and Krakow, Poland; Olympus C-5050Z|
|West Virginia (2x) and Maryland's Eastern Shore; Olympus C-5050Z|
Pictures © 2003-2005 by J.Andrzej Wrotniak.
Feel free to use them for any non-commercial purpose.
Technical info: Olympus Camedia E-20 (Rows 1 and 2) and C-5050Z (Row 3); Hoya R-72 infrared filter.
Image postprocessing with Corel Photo-Paint: color desaturation; tonal equalization.
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