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Inspiration: Stunning Infrared Imagery

By Anthony Thurston on March 15th 2013


Sometimes you see things that just make you go WOW. That was my reaction to seeing some of the Infrared photography shown on this article about learning to shoot Infrared. I have never shot Infrared before, and most of the applications that I had seen in the past left me pretty underwhelmed. But these images really opened my eyes as to what is possible with Infrared, and now I want to try it out.

It is really convenient because the article sharing these images is also sharing a great deal of information about learning to shoot Infrared. Tips like how to focus, not being able to use your LCD, and other things that I never knew about Infrared photography.

If you are at all interested in Infrared Photography or if the few images that I shared here intrigue you I highly recommend that you head over and read the article. Great stuff!


[via The Photo Argus]

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Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

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  1. Joseph Prusa


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  2. benJT

    Here is the FB fan page of a french WOW photographer with a lot of beautiful infrared pictures. Enjoy !

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  3. Michael

    Those images are fantastic! Love the subtle hint of color in them. I recently shot Central Park in infrared after the NEMO snowstorm last month. Here’s a few more to look at:


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  4. William Zhou

    Perfect timing. Was seriously considering converting my S5 Pro, but detailed technical info is hard to find. Thanks!

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