Infrared Photography Scotland and Conference Photographer in Edinburgh
The Year is up and running now, I had a conference photography assignment in Edinburgh this week and at the end of the week I took some infrared photos in and around Edinburgh, some sports photography at Dunbar at the weekend.
So a quick reminder, as to the some important aspects of Infrared photography
You need sunlight
Preferably some clouds and if possible trees
Metalic surfaces work well in infrared, to produce punchy contrast images, releasing light that the naked eye cannot see
Be careful with the focussing, sometimes manual is better
Shoot at midday where possible, it's the exact opposite of normal landscape photography when you shoot in low light away from intense sunlight
There is no pattern as to which lens works better, sometimes the cheapest lenses work better in infrared, it just depends on how your camera has been converted
Experiment with software, not just Photoshop, but don't overdo it. I won't spend more than 5 minutes or so on any photo
Anyway, that's all for now
Until next time
Colin Wright Photography
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