Planes, Trains and Infrared Photography

A recent plan trip had me shooting infrared the whole trip
Recently I had to fly from Melbourne to Sydney to deliver some workshops at the Sydney Hilton.

I caught a flight up on the Thursday afternoon. Luckily I got a window seat, so I decided to try shooting IR with my converted 350D camera. Basically I shot through the whole flight of about and hour and a half. Some of the results are below.

The destination, Sydney Australia
Infrared photography by Wayne J. Cosshall

Infrared photography by Wayne J. Cosshall

Infrared photography by Wayne J. Cosshall

Along the way I shot clouds:
Infrared photography by Wayne J. Cosshall

Infrared photography by Wayne J. Cosshall

The destination workshop location as we were setting up:
Infrared photography by Wayne J. Cosshall

The flight home was the Friday night after the workshops. It was the night bad weather hot Sydney and I didn’t know if I was going to get out or not. So while we were stuck in the plane awaiting takeoff I shot what I could out the window:
Infrared photography by Wayne J. Cosshall

The next morning we were off to run some workshops over the weekend up in the country at the Daylesford Foto Biennale:
Infrared photography by Wayne J. Cosshall

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