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.
In the countryside right now you can find canola fields everywhere, but it is important to remember that they aren’t on public land.
Yesterday I found myself in Malmsbury with my infrared camera and I thought some of the photos would be good for Monochrome Wednesday.
When I was home I did a walk around some parts of mum’s town with the IR camera and thought the photos would be good for Weekend Wanderings.
It seems apt to be up here in the Mallee for my Weekend Wanderings post and this morning we took a look at the lake in Hopetoun with the infrared camera.
For Weekend Wanderings today I thought I would show you more of the infrared images I took in the park earlier this week. It was nice getting out with that camera again.
As many of you know, when I was in Tasmania recently, I spent quite a bit of time taking photos with my newly converted infrared camera. It was a great way to test it out and see what would work with it and what wouldn’t. It does give images a surreal look and I really […]
It is a silly question really, because it all depends, well, on a lot of things. When I went to Tasmania I took the Infrared (IR) camera with me. I wasn’t sure I would use it a lot, but then I discovered that it was great for some subjects. Trees especially, even more so if […]
Most of you know that by now I have had one of my old cameras converted to be an infrared camera. It wasn’t a new idea, I had considered it once before when I first got my D800. At the time I had two D300s bodies, and I didn’t need two so I thought why […]
Yesterday morning I had to meet a friend in the city so we could do our subscription for Melbourne Theatre Company next year, and I figured, if I’m going in I may as well take the infrared camera with me to try out.