Infrared Trees


Canon 5D – Converted to Infrared, 24mm TSE, ISO 100, 34 secs at f16, Lee Filters Big Stopper

Taken – Friday 28th May 2010

Rain has definitely put a stop to any photography today, but hey its a Bank Holiday weekend so what do you expect…guess it means more time playing with the iPad!

This was taken yesterday evening in my village, I did two versions one as a normal colour and one with the infrared camera, I binned the colour even after turning in to black and white as soon as I worked on the infrared image you see here. I also took this shot with and without the Lee Filters Big Stopper, without the filter the image lacked something it was a bit boring, but with it in place the movement in the sky and leaves did the trick.

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~ by David Baker on 29 May, 2010.

One Response to “Infrared Trees”

  1. Stunning as usual Mr Baker…Infrared is great for the summer months, means you don’t need to get up early !

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