Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Fog at Swan Lake in IR

The middle of June this year I attended a B&W Photography/Printing workshop hosted at the Photographer’s Formulary. While the workshop focused on film, I also shot some digital IR with my converted Nikon 1.

We had gotten up just after sunrise to shoot at a nearby location called Swan Lake. After winding through a maze of barely one lane roads, we arrived at the lake, covered in mist. It was a magical morning. I make a number of photographs with film and as the last of the fog was listing, decided to grab my digital IR camera to see how that would look. Here's the result.


  1. The IR tends to do that. I think part of that quality comes from the images being just slightly off.