Posts in Category: Infrared

Folkestone’s West End

Folkestone's West End
Folkestone does have some nice architecture. It also has Tontine Street, and that isn’t so nice. Hipstamatic IR goodness.

Bridge

Bridge
Can’t recall where this is… well I can, I just can’t recall the name. Might be near Garlinge, but that could well be made up.

M20

M20
This is a section of the M20 just down from Leeds Castle, Kent, UK. It was very busy with cars and lorries when I pressed the shutter – I don’t really understand why IR made them vanish, but perhaps I shouldn’t really care.

Cloud Nine

Cloud Nine
It is only a couple of days since I posted an IR shot, but I took this one yesterday and, having just installed CS3, figured it was a worth processing. Location is Mote Park, Maidstone, Kent, UK – the 9th photo te be posted on this blog from that location, hence the rather ingenious title for this image. The only other title I came up with was ‘Cloud City’ which, despite having a cool Star Wars vibe, bore no real relevance to the photo as there is, quite clearly, no city involved.

Brockhill

Brockhill
Part of Brockhill Country Park in Saltwood, kent, UK. I probably don’t use my Hoya IR filter nearly as much as I should… so here is another outing for it.

A Study of Trees

A Study of Trees
My first Infrared shot… Mote Park, Maidstone, Kent, UK – Spring in Infrared is good.

Shot with a Hoya R72 IR filter.