In my past blog, Going Home, I showed an image I created of an ‘abduction’.
I wanted to show you the original image.
It was shot in infrared, hence the greenish hue to it.
Infrared photography is so intriguing to me. It reveals this other world that we cannot see with our own eyes.
Normally, infrared photography is inhibited by too much light when shot during the middle of the day. Even this image, a ton of light is pouring through. However, I’m using a neutral density filter stacked with a polarizing filter. This helps cut out a decent amount of light. Without the neutral density filter, this shot would’ve probably been totally white, washed out from too much light. I’m certainly thinking of getting a second ND filter and stack them, to cut even more light out. Plus, using ND filters in normal lighting/ non-infrared conditions can create really cool stuff too. Just do a google search for neutral density photography.
Without further ado, here is the AFTER & BEFORE of my image. If you’re confused which one was the original, it’s the one where I’m NOT being abducted by a UFO!