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Category Archives: Infrared

I wonder whether the Park service has plans to maintain these fences and other structures, or will allow them to slowly fall and decay with the passing of time.  Bodie State Historic Park calls the maintenance of partially decomposed structures “arrested decay.”  Eastern State Penitentiary calls it “preserved ruin.”  Without intervention, the man-made structures that elevate Mormon Row from […]

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I took a newly converted infrared camera to nXnw2016 in the Grand Tetons. I had my first Fuji x-series camera, an X-E1, converted just before the trip.  I did not realize — and forgot to check — that it was returned in JPG shooting mode, so the shots from the first couple of days offer limited opportunity […]

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  From last Spring’s nXnw trip to Moab, Utah, this is the Balanced Rock formation in Arches National Park. This was taken with an old Nikon D40 camera that has been converted into an infrared camera. The black and white conversion was done in camera where I set the D40 to create black and white […]

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  This is the Park Avenue trail in Arches National Park near Moab, Utah. You might recognize it as the opening shot of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, although not in infrared, of course. I flipped the red and blue channels in Photoshop, which is probably the second most common infrared processing treatment after […]

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My biggest difficulty in writing this post is that I want, in part, to write almost the exact same thing as last year. I believe I have advanced considerably in some ways but am just spinning wheels in others. But let’s just dwell on the positives. In late April I went on a photo trip […]

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