A surreal look with black/white IR

After the Fire

Controlled burns are common throughout the Lowcountry in South Carolina. These activities support subsequent vegetative growth and wildlife.

Hobo Hideaway

A few of the dark alleys throughout downtown Savannah, Georgia provide ideal resting locations among the homeless.

Lost in Time

An abandoned homestead among a group of Live Oak trees with hanging Spanish Moss.

Old Cedar

An old Cedar tree located along a tidal salt marsh.

Rice Trunk

A rice trunk used to regulate the tidal actions of a coastal wetland converted from a 18th-century rice field.

Desert Rail

Black and White shot of rail line passing through the Arizona Desert. Shot with Pentax K1 stock and 15-30mm F2.8 LENS

The Wishing Tree

I chose a black and white conversion of this image, as it was more dramatic than the original colour version. It reminded me some what of Enid Blyton’s book The Faraway Tree. I find that Infrared images can reflect more dramatic moods than straight colour, it can be bright and colourful or moody and reflective.


In Iceland, few weeks ago, this mountain dominated the plain interested me because of the lot of different details who i knew there are well made with my cambo gfx50s FS and à 850nm filter


This iceberg was on the beach in a famous place in Iceland . I shot it with my gfx50S and this 850 nm filter because the transparency and purity is enhanced by black and white.

The Last

This iceberg on the iceland beach seemed to hold up under the onslaught of the waves. Shot with a gfx50S FS and a 850nm