Infrared images

My recently taken infrared photos with the Leica M8. Great weather and a beautiful location was a great combination for infrared photography. It was also a pleasant break from a series of video projects that left me almost no time for stills.

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6 Responses to Infrared images

  1. frank says:

    Weird and beautiful.

  2. Its like a albino world, specially color.
    W&b infrared is quite sustainable.
    Nice you still make good use of M8.

    • kbesios says:

      Thank you for your comment. Infrared has its own unique look, and i am really happy that the M8 was able to do good images. It’s really a good reason to continue to use it despite its age !

  3. G.A. says:

    Yes. M8 is an excellent camera that can be used for years.
    As I posted some other time you can get almost b&w Dng’s adjusting wb.

    Regards

  4. Joseph Cuomo says:

    I have a Leica M8 and have been taking infrared images using the B&W 092 filter. They look great but I can not get blue skies like you have shown. Any reason why?

    • kbesios says:

      Infrared shows better results on a sunny day, at least if you want to make “false colour” IR (blue sky). In order to get the blue skies, you need to swap the red and blue channels. A good tutorial describing this technique can be found here. If you need any further assistance about IR photography, I will be happy to help.

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