Infrared Photography

Exploring the world through infrared eyes.

Recent Work

  • Snowshill InfraRed  by Paul Woloschuk
  • Black Wars, Langdale Valley, The Lake District by Andy Stafford
  • Capital backyard by ©  Paul W. Faust
  • Capital Lobby by ©  Paul W. Faust
  • Capital fountain by ©  Paul W. Faust
  • Pennsylvania Capital by ©  Paul W. Faust
  • The Gate by ©  Paul W. Faust
  • The Barn by ©  Paul W. Faust
  • At The Wedge by ©  Paul W. Faust
  • Infra Red Seaweed Rock , Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire by rennaisance
  • Angel by Andy Stafford
  • Vintage Car - InfraRed by Paul Woloschuk

About This Group

Exploring the world through infrared eyes.

So what is infrared photography??

The peculiarities of infrared photography lie in it’s ability to capture what the eye cannot see. Infrared photography captures radiation wavelengths just beyond the visible spectrum. Characteristics of infrared photographs are deep black skies, bright white foliage and sometimes bright blue skies. Often quite mundane scenes can be transformed into extraordinary images when captured with infrared.

How do I take infrared images?

Most cameras are fitted with sensors to cut out infrared light. To combat this you will need to attach an infrared filter to your camera. These are referred to as R72 filters. You will probably need long exposures so a tripod and a shutter release cable will be a must. To get the best results always shoot in RAW. You may also want to set a custom white balance. Do this by shooting at a patch of green grass. Also remember, that infrared photography works best during the heat of the day.

A little word of warning

Infrared photography can become quite addictive so just be aware that once you start….you may not be able to stop. But that’s why this group is here…come and join us and share your passion for the mystical world that is created by infrared photography.

And one other thing….. please abide by this group’s guidelines here.

See the group rules and join this group here

Your Hosts