So I’ve posted an article a while back on my use of an infrared converted camera in Japan. Well here are my photos of the area near my home in Surrey, UK!


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I’ve seen people use macro lenses to take photos of everyday objects, like a toothbrush, and making it look completely different… I do the same with my infrared photography.

I’ve come to realise that it’s quite difficult to get a decent photo. Just like in Japan, you have to get the right sky with the right amount of clouds, decent foliage and an interesting scene. A lot of my photos are quite dull because it lacked one of the above things.

Plus, camera flare is a lot more noticable in photos without a lens hood!

However, if you get all three then the photos can be simply stunning! So far I’ve used my camera in Spring and Summer but I am very excited to use it in the Autumn. What would the orange/brown leaves look like? Hopefully, in a few months time, I will post another article and we can see the differences!

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A Boat House on Fire?

Hampton Court Palace in Infrared

The View From Boxhill

A Boat House Along The River Thames

A Water Plant

A Hampton Court Palace Wall

A Mini Lake in Bushy Park

Lens Flare Is A Lot More Noticable

Bushy Park in Stunning Yellow