Since I’ve been out quite a bit recently with the infrared camera it seemed like a good idea to do more for Monochrome Wednesday.
Monochrome Wednesday – More in infrared
I’m not a fan of infrared in the city, but I love doing it in the country. It seems to lend itself really well to trees and grass. When you put something manmade into the mix you find it gives it a whole different quality.
It is strange, but I do find I prefer the images with a very slight tone. It helps give them a sort of antique look to them. Not absolutely sure why I like it, but I can’t seem to stop doing it.
I need to start making sure that I have it with me a lot more. When I went to the Great Ocean Road a few weeks ago my friend Robin asked me why I hadn’t brought it. As I thought about it, I realised I didn’t know why I hadn’t. I just didn’t think about it. That needs to change.
Tomorrow I’m heading back up to the Mallee and my mum. It will be a relatively quick trip, but I’m hoping to get out up there with the Fujifilm X-T3. Can’t wait to introduce it to the Mallee.
I will be making sure the infrared camera is packed as well. The macro gear will be with me as well so I can do some photos in my mum’s garden. I’m also hoping to get some wildflowers as well.
So I have three photos again. I can’t help myself. I just start playing and then can’t decide. Though if I had to pick a favourite I think it would be the stone bridge. Such a gorgeous bridge just out in the country.