18 Excellent Infrared Pictures

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Infrared photography is one of those techniques you either love or hate. Perhaps these 18 pictures can convince you that IR is worth trying out. (If so, tutorial9, wrotniak, and even us can give you some beginner’s tips.)

Granc Cypress by Kyle May

Jacaranda Trees by Luis Argerich

The Chinese Pavilion by Luis Argerich

Image by josef.stuefer

cinta fitri #2 by Prayoga D. Widyanto

casa loma - ir by paul (dex)

golden waterfall by paul (dex)

Behind the Haunted Wood by Neal Fowler

Kill Bill. by Nathan Hayag

White Edge Trig Point by Dave Wild

The immigrants look to the U.S. She looks to France. by Alan Strakey

Leave it all. by Nathan Hayag

Lake eerie. by Nathan Hayag

summertime blues by Jes

A Pathway to Heaven by Riza Nugraha 

Allotment by 1banaan

San Isidro Infrared Panorama by Luis Arderich

Ceibo Tree by Luis Argerich

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  1. thepixtakers

    it looks so easy – but I know it just so aint… but, I’m willing to take a trip down the beach on the weekend, and hope its still icy and full of awesome winter seascapes

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  2. Anna Patrick

    These photos look like taken into another world! Here are some other incredible examples of infrared photography http://www.photographymojo.com/2010/12/incredible-and-inspirational-infrared-photos/

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  3. Michelle Ecume

    Infrared isn’t as difficult as a lot of people seem to think it is. It’s just a technique where you have to mindful of certain things, and it can be trial and error. I’m a beginner at using infrared FILM though, so that’s what I’m speaking of. Digital? I hope I can do digital at some point because, wow, the colors that those infrared photographers can get are so beautiful!!

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  4. Matthew Gore

    The article really should mention that IR photos are monochrome; many of the images in this article are therefore either colorized in post processing or combinations of IR + visible spectrum images… they’re NOT just IR images.

    - Matthew

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  5. sam bentley

    Great work, but my infrared photographs have a very different style and feel to them.

    http://Www.sambentleyphotography.co.Uk/Infrared.html

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  6. lucile Kesterson

    I love infrared & would like to know more about how to do it. Lucile

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