|Bannack State Park in Infrared|
Continuing my series of black and white images, this week I'm featuring some photos taken with my infrared camera. This model has been modified so that it records only infrared wavelengths. That means I can compose, focus and expose without needing to apply an opaque filter over the lens. The pictures have a strong red cast which needs to be removed by converting the raw files to black and white.
Learn how to make effective black and white photographs from color originals in Black and White Photography from Start to Finish, beginning February 10, 2022, at the Lifelong Learning Center in Missoula, Montana. Click here to register for the online session and here for the in-person session.