Tag Archives: Infrared photography

National Parks had become popular in 2020. Indoor entertainment has been put on hold for at least a year, people have searched for more outdoor options, and National Parks fit the bill. This is both a good thing and a bad thing at the same time. It's good that everyone is enjoying the National Parks, and it a bad thing that everyone is enjoying the National Parks. The latter is particularly challenging for photographers. When...

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Back home this week and hoping to spend an, evening at my favorite four season local spot for good Landscape and Seascape photography - Caumsett State Park.  The State Park, once the large estate of famous retailer Marshall Field III was donated to New York State many years ago.  The grounds offer densely wooded trails and miles of beachfront facing Connecticut and the Long Island Sound.  The beaches are mostly north and west facing making them good spots for late day/sunset photos.  The park...
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The green foliage is everywhere now as Spring starts its transition to Summer.  Buds have blossomed into leaves, flowers, and other colorful flora.  This time of year is great for color infrared and one of my favorite spots on the north shore of Long Island is Nissequogue River State Park in Kings Park.  The park is situated on the Long Island Sound with beaches and the head of the Nissequogue River.  The park is also densely wooded on sections which provides ample...
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April 16th and 23rd

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Second and third week of April have been busy.  The Eater Holiday and a trip to Bermuda.  This post I will include two images to make up for this time period.  Both will be from Bermuda.  This is my first ever trip to Bermuda.  My cameras of Choice was the Fujifilm X-T2 and the X100T.  One wide angle lens (10-24mm), one telephone (18 - 135 mm) and one prime 35mm f2.  This is my small easy to travel on a plane kit....
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This week I a received my first Mirrorless Camera converted for infrared photography.  Until this point all my infrared photos have been captured using converted Nikon DSLR cameras.  They work great however, using a mirrorless cameras does offer some advantages over the DSLR.  The biggest and best reason is it offers the ability to see the images in infrared prior to taking the photo.  Due to the lack of a mirrored previewing system like DSLR's, these smaller cameras rely on Electronic viewfinders...
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