I’ve seen the amazing infrared photos that Steven creates, so it will be very interesting to learn from him how he does it.
Normally when we take photographs we can see what we’re shooting. With infrared photography, we capture light in wavelengths beyond the limit of what we can see with our own eyes. Infrared photography is 100 years old this year, but is still going strong in the digital era.
Shooting in near-Infrared introduces some practical problems and challenges. But it can also be rewarding and unpredictable, and it lets you see the world around you in a whole new light!
Photo by Steven