I captured this photograph at a local produce stand using my 590nm infrared converted Fujifilm X-E1 camera and 23mm Fuji lens. I added two Flypaper Textures for the final effect in Photoshop after processing the master file in Lightroom CC.
I captured this image using a Fujifilm X-E1 mirrorless camera that was converted to capture infrared (590nm conversion from Life Pixel Infrared). I liked the combination of textures in the rocks and the deep black sky. I decided to leave the blue tint in the vegetation instead of completely converting the image to monochrome. Had I done that, the vegetation would have disappeared.
This old car is one of many relics near Nelson, Nevada. I captured this image using a digital infrared camera. The bright foliage and orange sky is a result of the 590nm infrared capture. If you have an old DSLR or point and shoot digital camera lying around, you can have it converted to capture infrared light and have a new creative tool. Check out the reader discount page for special offers on digital infrared conversion from Life Pixel Infrared.
Join me online next weekend as I teach digital infrared processing using Lightroom & Photoshop. Digital infrared photography is more accessible than ever, and it is a great way of exploring the world in a different light. In this class, I’ll teach you how you can create a variety of different looks with your digital infrared files using Lightroom, Photoshop, and Nik Plug-ins.
When: Saturday, February 21st 12-2pm Mountain Time (2-4pm Eastern) Where: Online (GoToMeeting) webinar
Choosing an infrared conversion filter type
Setting White Balance in Lightroom/ACR via a custom camera calibration
RAW adjustments in Lightroom/ACR
Black and White Conversion using Silver Efex Pro 2
Red-Blue Channel Swap (blue sky) technique in Photoshop and via Plug-ins
Working with super-color IR files to create a variety of styles
All participants will receive a printable PDF copy of the class materials.