Infrared Adventure Continues

A pond viewed in infrared.

My adventures in infrared are still going on, and I am enjoying them more than ever. My portfolio of images captured in light waves shining above the human eye’s capacity to see is growing steadily.

Ferns captured in infrared.

Infrared Ferns

Ferns captured in visible light.

Visible Light Ferns

The two above images show the difference between what you can and cannot see.

I have also been experimenting with my homemade pinhole lens in combination with my IR camera as well – making images that are haunting and ghostly.

An infrared pinhole lens image of a stone house, captured through the window of a moving car.

The Lonely House

An infrared pinhole lens image of a gatehouse, captured through the window of a moving car.

The Gatehouse

A random pigeon captured in flight - in infrared.

A Random Infrared Pigeon

My thoughts are what too do next? Make a book? Have an exhibition? Maybe even a stand alone website? Whatever I decide the IR shooting will continue – and until then my Flickr gallery is expanding.