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Posts from the ‘Infrared’ Category

Greasewood Flat Entrance

Another infrared shot from our meetup at Reata Pass a couple of weeks ago. Canon 5D IR converted. Canon 70-200mm @ 85mm.Sepia tone added.

A Bit of Australia

Besides touring the Mansion at Boyce Thompson on Sunday, I headed to the Drover’s Shack in the Australian section of the Arboretum. It’s especially fun to shoot Infrared there.

IR a Bee

Yesterday I went in search of bees gathering pollen on Prickly Pear Blooms. Infrared converted Canon 5D, Custom WB, Canon 100mm Macro lens

The Banks of Oak Creek

I love the tangles of Sycamore roots along the banks of Oak Creek especially in Infrared.

More Camp Creek

Another from the Camp Creek hike. This time more toward black and white.

Camp Creek Infrared

I led two photographers to Camp Creek Falls yesterday. No flowers to speak of but the creek was flowing which is always wonderfully refreshing to encounter in the desert! (Infrared capture of the creek and photographer friend Ed Y.)

Drovers Shack BTA

Here’s one of my favorite images from Boyce Thompson Arboretum.  (Infrared capture in the Australian section of BTA.)

Spring Memories

An infrared capture from the Spring of 2008. What caught my eye first in this scene was the huge Chainfruit Cholla Skeleton (fire). I positioned myself low in order to include Poppies in the foreground and a nice Saguaro specimen in the background.(False color introduced by swapping channels.)