Infrared Photography Experiments

I’m fascinated by infrared photography, and currently exploring the possibilities of either buying a selection of filters for my current lenses, or going the full hog and getting a full spectrum converted camera. In the mean time, I’m doing a lot of research, and experimenting with other methods to achieve different looks of infrared.

So this blog is just an experiment in what could be achieved in software using the LUTs by Marc Roovers off his Open Source Photography website. I used Darktable, added the LUTs and made some crops and other adjustments.

As always, click on the images to see them full size. They have full EXIF data.

I hope you enjoyed this brief experiment, and in the future I will be using the real gear along with software to bring out the colours.

Thank you for viewing.

Published by Mark G.Adams

Fujifilm And Olympus Documentary Photographer, YouTuber & Blogger.

2 thoughts on “Infrared Photography Experiments

  1. Hi Mark, I am also a fan of “real” infrared photography, and whatever you choose I am already jealous, and know that you are going to make jaw dropping pictures.
    Great castle by te way.

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    1. I’m really looking forward to getting started. It’s my birthday in 10 days time, so it’ll be something that I can play with for Infrared!!! Just so fascinating!


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