Kedron Brook in Infrared by David James

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The infrared medium gives this small creek a dramatic effect. Taken on a hot Queensland summer day.

Comments

  • Paul Vanzella
    Paul Vanzellaalmost 8 years ago

    I love this David – you’ve generated a beautiful treatment and great taste for colour…. Sensational!

  • Adrian Rachele
    Adrian Rachelealmost 8 years ago

    Love this.

  • Andrew Cowell
    Andrew Cowellalmost 8 years ago

    Absolutely stunning. Amazing work.

  • a a
    a aalmost 8 years ago

    Wow. Brilliant. I’m really getting into IR photography: will you part with some info on what you used? Film, iso, filter etc? Cheers.

  • Whirligig
    Whirligigalmost 8 years ago

    Wonderful manipulation of photographic techniques! I stunning effect!

  • David James
    David Jamesalmost 8 years ago

    Thanks, folks. To answer Sebastien’s question. I use a digital camera, so no IR film and a Hoya R72 IR filter. Generally I set my ISO to 200 and take a white balance setting from green grass. My blog has a how to article about my IR technique: http://burrowlog.blogspot.com/

  • AnnH
    AnnHalmost 8 years ago

    You have taken us from Queensland to Norway

  • chOcOlateBubble
    chOcOlateBubblealmost 8 years ago

    that looks like real snow! amazing!

  • kookylane
    kookylanealmost 8 years ago

    ooo my gosh! this is definately an instant fave, so beautiful and dreamy!

  • Janet Leadbeater
    Janet Leadbeateralmost 8 years ago

    beautiful and magical

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