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Photo of the Day: Standing Guard

Antique Fire Truck, Teller County, CO Digital Infrared Capture with Nikon 1 V1 (590nm).
Antique Fire Truck, Teller County, CO
Digital Infrared Capture with Nikon 1 V1 (590nm).

I took a drive through the high country yesterday, and I stopped briefly to photograph this great antique fire truck with my IR-converted Nikon 1 V1 camera. This shot was hand-held using the 16-35mm f/4 AFS G VRII zoom-Nikkor lens via FT-1 adapter (it’s a great combo on the IR V1). I processed this image in Lightroom 5.2 (just updated) and then converted it to monochrome with Silver Efex Pro 2 (guidebook). The tint/glow effect was courtesy of the “Sunlight” filter in Color Efex Pro 4 (guidebook), which I applied selectively via Control Points.

Thanks for looking.

My Descent into the World of Infrared Photography: Part 1

Cottonwoods and Clouds, Colorado Springs, CO. Captured with an infrared-coverted Nikon 1 V1 camera.
Cottonwoods and Clouds, Colorado Springs, CO. Captured with an infrared-coverted Nikon 1 V1 camera and processed in Silver Efex Pro 2.

It’s been a busy summer, and I haven’t posted as much here as I normally would have liked. But… I’ve been hard at work learning a new creative photography technique: digital infrared. Infrared photography is nothing new, but with digital cameras it’s easier than ever before. In this series of posts, I’ll describe my journey into the world of infrared photography and hopefully pass on some knowledge along the way. Continue reading My Descent into the World of Infrared Photography: Part 1