In this infrared photography tutorial we go beyond the visible colour spectrum to capture striking images. We’ll show you how to shoot infrared photography using a filter, how to shoot infrared with a converted DSLR and how to process your infrared images on the computer.
Once you’ve converted your camera, here are the steps you need to take to shoot your first digital infrared image.
In this digital infrared photography tutorial we’ll show you how to choose suitable subjects, set up your camera and compose dynamic infrared images.
OK, so you’ve converted your camera for digital infrared photography. Now what? Here are the best settings to use with your modified DSLR to get stunning infrared photos.
Infrared light isn’t normally visible to the human eye, but in some circumstances it’s possible to capture it with your camera. The results of digital infrared photography can be truly stunning, lending a haunting appearance to outdoor scenes. The effect works particularly well on bright, sunny days in summer, when there are plenty of young, photosynthesising leaves on the trees.
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Learn how to reintroduce the infrared colour spectrum into your digital prints True infrared exposures require expensive specialist film to reveal a spectrum of colours that are normally invisible to the naked eye, but by using Adjustment Layers in Photoshop you can mimic the effect with ease. This tutorial will show you how to apply… Continue reading