Hoag Levins's picture


The ability to accent and dramatize the structure of treescapes was one of things that initially fascinated me about infrared black and white photography. In regular light, a scene like this one is just mundane greenery mooshed together into a nondescript wall whose details don't stand out. In infrared, they do stand out, often in dramatic fashion.

IR converted Olympus EM 10 MkII
172 mm · f/8.0 · 1/100 · ISO 1250
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