Hotspots can ruin your infrared images. Learn how to remove them in post.
Vladimir Migutin: After Chernobyl In 2017, Vladimir Migutin published his famous infrared series, Chernobyl: A Stalker’s Paradise, on our website. This series quickly went viral, getting picked up by many photo magazines and other media outlets. Five years later, we reached out to Vladimir to see how this viral story has impacted his life. I […]
“Nope” Day-for-Night Filming Technique Using Infrared Authors: Wilson Chapman and William Earl article originally published on Variety.com Jordan Peele’s third feature, “Nope,” focuses on a group of characters (played by Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, Steven Yeun, Brandon Perea and Michael Wincott) attempting to track down an unidentified flying object spotted in the air around the […]
Photo Essay: Discovering Latvia for the First Time A Natural Baltic Story Author: Pierre-Louis Ferrer After the lockdown of 2020, I decided to visit Latvia to meet a good friend. As with all my trips, I took my converted camera and infrared filters to focus on the unique natural environment of this country. My equipment […]
Most formats have been discontinued, but there are three that remain popular choices today: 35mm, medium format, and large format.
Photography as an art is so much more than the technical. It doesn’t matter what equipment you use as long as your images have something to say. In this monthly column, photographers Laurie Klein and Shelley Vandegrift offer words of inspiration followed by our monthly photo challenge assignment to help you tap into the art […]
Looking Glass: Exposing the Overlooked Power of Nature through Infrared LOOKING GLASS: AUGUST 20-SEPTEMBER 3, 2022, CORK CITY, Ireland Looking Glass by Ror Conaty is a site-specific visual exhibition that will span Cork City for a period of two weeks, occupying 53 billboards spread across 16 locations. Working in collaboration with Notes to Cork, Looking […]
Infrared Photography Artist Feature: Paolo Pettigiani My hometown of Avigliana, Italy, is where I experimented with my first infrared images on Avigliana’s lake. I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Design and Visual Communication from the Polytechnic University of Turin and received a master’s in Photography at IED. I now live in Torino, and I’m […]
These are the often unthought-of things that I’ve found to be very handy to have in my camera bag.
Neutral density filters have a long history before digital photography.
Canon EOS R7 Disassembly & Teardown By Mike Nazareth Canon pushes for the APS-C market by with the new Canon EOS R7 and EOS R10. It’s no surprise that camera giant Canon is continuing with the massively popular mirrorless camera trend. This time around, they’ve decided to shake things up by introducing mirrorless to the […]
By imaging the condition of the skin at the dermis and epidermis level, UV photography shows the consequences of the sun on the skin, even if these are not yet visible to the naked eye.