Category Archives: Infrared

New York and Washington – Infrared

Here I have compiled the infrared images from my recent trip to America which particularly stand out to me; I have not included those of the Statue of Liberty & Liberty Island as they have already been posted. These were taken with my Olympus E-PL5 using the 14-42mm kit lens and a 650nm infrared filter. Images were processed with Capture One Pro 10 which I have upgraded to recently. Continue reading New York and Washington – Infrared

Penang Jetty

When in Penang, there are a few areas of interest worth visiting. Of note is the Penang jetty, which is a collection of jetties close to each other. While there are local residences there, as well as some shops, it is also an attraction frequented by visitors to Penang. As can be expected, there are plenty of places to photograph while there. In fact, there was a wedding photo shoot taking place at that time of the evening due to the great lighting which is ideal for photo shoots. Continue reading Penang Jetty

Penang Island

During this holiday, we have made a few trips to Penang. On one of these trips, we took the Penang ferry across to Penang Island, rather than via one of the two bridges which link Penang Island to the mainland. This gave me the opportunity to take photos of the harbour, as well as the boats/ships moving along the Penang Strait. I managed to capture images both in visible light and infrared. Continue reading Penang Island

Street photography

Street photography is an area of photography that I have to confess to not having much experience in. There are many people who walk around with either a 35mm or 50mm prime lens for street photography. As I did not bring either for this trip, I decided to do this using my zoom lens; I brought only two cameras for this trip – my main camera is the Sony A7R, and the other is my full-spectrum Olympus E-PL5 with kit lens and 650nm infrared filter. The B+W processing of the Sony A7R images was done using Capture One Pro 8 from the Sony RAW file, rather than in-camera, as it allows me to select the look I would like. Continue reading Street photography