After drought and flood conditions, the sturdy foliage holds on for the onset of frost season. NJ Pinelands, October 2022
Sylvan Mountains shot at sunset over Yellowstone Lake.
Water lilies after the first frost in Jersey Pinelands.
The river that runs through Marmorslottet is a bright teal blue, almost as you see here. The bright color of the water makes a great contrast to the red colors of tge IR Chrome filter.
Taken in the region of Lofted Norway, one of the many peaks that caught the light in a dramatic way, just the way I love it.
The Reinebringe Climb in Lofted Norway had some spectacular rock formations. You could almost see the lava flow building these immense landscapes before it cooled down and settled itself.
With the fall and the drought not all the fall colors are seen. Much of the rabbit brush appears dead. With IR, some come to life amid the red granite rocks.
Eilean Donan Castle, nestled into lush heather and set against the misty Coille na Totaig, shows a more playful version of ‘dark and stormy’.
A worn and weathered fishing boat rests against a sandbar on Point Reyes Peninsula, California.
I saw this rainbow off the coast of Kauai and wondered what it would look like in IR. The RAW photo was developed using Capture One and processed via Photoshop for red-blue swap and refined with ON1 Effects.
Photo of Joren Waterfall in Shizuoka Prefecture of Japan.
A liverwort fluorescing under UV flashlight shining through a visible-light-blocking filter; camera has UV-blocking filter. These colors are the true colors; this is not a false-color image. Note: Camera was an Olympus PEN F, not available in your drop-down list so I chose the most similar camera from the list.