Infrared is a funny form of photography as you are never quite sure what “colours” you may end up with (after conversion). I must confess that I always love the surprises as it is never as I had imagined, this is why I find the medium so exciting!!
I have enhanced the colours of Nangreaves village here with a lantern light to suit my tastes for colour and light, hope you like it too : )
Summer in Walkers field, nothing more glorious than a sunny day.
Infrared Photograph of a Lancashire buttercup field in summer.
Infrared Landscape Photograph taken in Bury Lancashire.
Infrared Photograph of a collection of trees taken earlier this year in the summer. I love how infrared separates if details of the living and the non-living, especially of this copse of trees.
This image is for sale as a framed print 50 x 40 cm £60.00
A lonely Methodist Church sits high on the Lancashire Moors, “for Sale” waiting for its last collection…
False Colour infrared photograph of some fantastic tree’s dead and alive found in Wigan.