I’ve been the last two days at the University of Melbourne for a documentary film making course, and in my spare time I shot some infrared images of the university. Here is a selection of them. They were taken with my converted for IR Canon 350D using a 720nm IR filter in the body and […]
Here I present the initial test results of shooting infrared with a Sony a77 dSLR camera, using a Hoya R72 IR filter. The Sony is a nice camera for shooting IR, with the tilting screen. Leaving the camera in Program mode it gave an exposure of 20 seconds, f5.6 and 100ISO in a part cloudy […]
While I haven’t had a chance to test one yet I found a review on the ProPhoto website of the Phase One P45 Achromatic+ back. While the review has some problems, it does cover the features of this back which might appeal to well healed mono and IR photographers.
In the area around Creswick in central Victoria there are the often large remains of tailings from the gold mines that dotted the area in the 19th Century. These are called Mullock Heaps and mainly consist of overlying rock and quartz. While to some these are a blot on the rural landscape, to a photographer […]
I’ve been working through the backlog of images I have shot over the last 3 months or so. Here are a couple of macro shots taken with my infrared converted Canon 350D digital camera and a Canon 100mm macro lens.
I entered a series of 10 infrared images I took with the Lumix G1 into the competition and I was one of the 50 winners. This was an international competition run from the Australia office.