- Clifton Suspension Bridge II Monochrome IR image of Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol, Avon.
- Clifton Suspension Bridge I Monochrome IR image of Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol, Avon.
- Prince of Wales Bridge Monochrome IR image of The Prince of Wales Bridge, Avon.
- Low Lighthouse II Monochrome IR image of Low Lighthouse, Burnham On Sea, Somerset.
- Low Lighthouse I Monochrome IR image of Low Lighthouse, Burnham On Sea, Somerset.
- The Wreck Monochrome IR image of The Wreck, River Chelmer, Maldon, Essex.
- Otterton Mill Monochrome IR image of Swans on the River Otter, Otterton, Devon.
- Orcombe Point Monochrome IR image of Orcombe Point, Exmouth, Devon.
- The Groyne Monochrome IR image of the River Exe Estuary, Exmouth, Devon.
Monochrome Infrared photography is a fascinating subject. Images are captured at wavelengths between 700nm to 900nm which are beyond the visible light spectrum we use for traditional colour photography.
IR photography can be used to capture a considerable level of detail and structure in an image depending on the subject, weather conditions and level and direction of light, creating unique and intriguing effects.
The images captured here have been taken with a specially converted Nikon D800E DSLR camera.
Understanding the complexities of IR photography and possibilities in post processing will take time but are an intriguing and exciting prospect.
Also Advanced Camera Services who carried out the conversion of the Nikon D800E and provided invaluable information on compatible lens performance.