Canon EOS R7 for clarification. Full spectrum camera – shot without an IR filter
Boston skyline from the Fan Pier. Canon EOS R with a Canon RF 15-35 mm f/2.8L lens. 22 mm, 30 s, f/4, ISO 200. Kolari Pro ND 4-Stop Filter.
Manhattan skyline and poles of the famous Brooklyn Bridge Park in the early evening. Canon EOS R with a Canon RF 15-35 mm f/2.8L lens. 29 mm, 30 s, f/5, ISO 400. Kolari Pro ND 4-Stop Filter.
Gardens at Blithewold Mansion – Bristol, Rhode Island, USA
Wat Mongkolratanaram—a Thai Buddhist temple in Tampa, Florida, USA—is a unique setting for photography in the United States. The architectural style is markedly different from most buildings in the area, and the structure has a strong presence, complementing the IR spectrum’s surrealism.
Though autumn and winter offer different photographic opportunities for infrared than spring and summer, leaves on the ground create interesting texture in landscapes in the IR spectrum.
Scenes like this always give me pause and I can only imagine the overwhelming sense of shock and loss one must feel as the victim of a house fire. This building was the rectory of St. John the Evangelist Parish in Townsend, Massachusetts, USA. Fortunately, no one was killed or injured in this case, but […]
Parking garages can be surprisingly interesting subjects. The fisheye mirror at the entrance to this garage is like a window into a parallel universe.
Kingston Station in West Kingston, Rhode Island, USA has seen continuous use since 1875. Being there is reminiscent of a bygone era when tickets could only be purchased in-person, and digital connectivity was beyond the wildest dreams of fiction writers.
This larger-than-life mirror sculpture in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA is a creation by Jason Kelly Johnson and Nataly Gattegno of San Francisco’s FUTUREFORMS art and design studio. Titled “Radiance,” the sculpture is a collection of mirrored geometric surfaces which create endless compositional possibilities.
The Seaport neighborhood in Boston is a photographer’s jungle gym. With dozens of tall buildings and modern architecture, there are endless opportunities for abstract reflections and surreal compositions, blurring the line between imagination and reality.
Kingston Station in West Kingston, Rhode Island, USA has been in continuous use as a railroad stop since 1875. The building has been meticulously maintained throughout its lifespan, and being there in 2022 feels like stepping into a bygone era.