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Digital Infrared Photography
     

Digital Infrared Photography

by Deborah Sandidge, Sandidge
 

Let your motto become "What would happen if. . . ?"

Infrared light offers photographers another artistic avenue to explore. You don't need years of experience or expensive equipment. Just grab an IR filter or a converted digital camera, and you're ready to enter the fascinating world of infrared photography. The unique effects you can create with IR

Overview

Let your motto become "What would happen if. . . ?"

Infrared light offers photographers another artistic avenue to explore. You don't need years of experience or expensive equipment. Just grab an IR filter or a converted digital camera, and you're ready to enter the fascinating world of infrared photography. The unique effects you can create with IR photography are limited only by your imagination.

In these pages, you'll discover the practical information about file formats and composition as well as plenty of creative inspiration.

  • Discover whether your camera can detect infrared light and compare different IR filters
  • Learn how to see in IR and master IR composition

  • Play with effects — extended exposures, shooting through glass, zooming, and painting with light

  • Explore HDR and Photomerge options

  • Open more creative possibilities with Photoshop

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780470405215
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
05/26/2009
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
7.30(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.70(d)

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Meet the Author

Deborah Sandidge is Creative Director for the League of Creative Infrared Photographers, where novice, amateur, and professional photographers come to learn how to enhance their digital IR photography skills. Her award-winning photography has appeared in many galleries, publications, and venues.

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