Monochrome Wednesday – Infrared in the park

Monochrome Wednesday - Infrared in the park

The other day I finally took the infrared camera out for a walk in the park and thought one of the images would be good for Monochrome Wednesday.

Monochrome Wednesday – Infrared in the park

It has been so long since I went out with the infrared camera. I have missed it. Using it can be a bit hit and miss, though the more I use it the more I am understanding when I like using it. I am not a fan of blue skies, even for this sort of photography.

It was fairly overcast yesterday and rain was predicted. I wanted to see what the images would be like with lots of clouds in the sky. I have to admit I really liked them. Without a doubt, I am a massive fan of cloudy skies.

It seemed like a good idea to give the image a blue tone as well.

Monochrome Wednesday - Infrared in the park

While there I took a heap of shots and will show those on the weekend.

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  1. Leanne, sorry, but I am curious if you do the Infrared the old way in processing the prints and film? Or is it done in the camera? I am just an old school photographer, learned that way so many, many years ago. I really love your image.

    1. Hi Cornelia, no, I actually had one of my old digital cameras converted to infrared. I can use it like normal and it is too hard. Thank you.

    1. I did some with no clouds and the sky can look very dark and open. I really didn’t like it. I do love clouds though. Sun can be good, but I don’t mind it not being there as well. Thank you Chris.

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