Seeing the infrared light can take your photography to entirely new places
Published November 1, 2007
Brothers and sisters, my conversion came on the road to Pienza in the beautiful Tuscany region of Italy. I was strolling with Elizabeth Opalenik, a well-known art photographer and a fellow instructor at a weeklong workshop, when she pulled out what appeared to be a Nikon D70 and photographed the beautiful countryside. It was when she showed me the LCD on the back of her camera that I saw the light, and it was black-and-white infrared—and it was good.
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