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16 Remarkable Infrared Photos

16 Remarkable Infrared Photos

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Infrared photography can capture some of the most stark and emotive images possible. Unfortunately it can also look like complete rubbish if done wrong. Along with this selection of infrared photos from the good Creative Commons people of Flickr that we think are pretty cool, are also a few links to further tutorials and resources on infrared photography that you might find useful. Be sure to click through to see what these talented people are photographing and sharing!

Eyes do more than see

Photo by lrargerich.

Hrm

Photo by Mark Grealish.

Ivy on tree- Holga Infrared

Photo by schoeband.

Steelen Shade

Photo by night86mare.

Abandoned #2

Photo by Tricky.

ideogram

Photo by Zach Stern.

there

Photo by Zach Stern.

stop requested

Photo by Lee Otis.

Water, rocks, moon

Photo by Square Within.

Photo by Carl Jones.

decomposition

Photo by Lee Otis.

Dark Water

Photo by Compound Eye.

Glade

Photo by Hodge.

Alport secret sheep village*

Photo by Public Energy.

without regard

Photo by Zach Stern.

Mt Doom

Photo by Joseph Steufer.

If you are suitably impressed and would like to learn a little more about infrared photography, then here are a few infrared photography tutorials to get you started on the road to producing some awesome photos.

Pre and Post Production Infrared Photography Tutorials

Getting Started with Infrared Photography

Tutorial 20 Infrared Photography

Post Production (Photoshop) Infrared Tutorials

DPHClub Infrared Tutorial

Nature Photography Central’s Infrared Post-production Infrared Tutorial

For more tutorials, don’t forget to check out our own list of Special Effects Photography Tutorials as well as others!

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