Black and White Infrared

Best black and white infrared photos…

Abandoned wagon by Jaz72
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Abandoned by Gavin Duncan
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Lake Reflection by Howard Mason
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Château de rêve by Howard Mason
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Resting in Misty Park by welshgirl
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Black and White Infrared
more at photocrowd

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Life in Another Light

Here at Kolari Vision, we’re proud to announce the 2nd Annual Life in Another Light Photo Contest aimed at exploring how looking at our lives in a different perspective or light can expand our imagination and creative potential. We want to show the world the best shots and stories from the infrared community so we have a few dedicated infrared categories, but we’re also featuring an Aerial Category, a B+W Category, and a Long Exposure Category which showcase a different perspective than we normally see which is open to regular photography as well as IR.

by Troy Casswell
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by Yann Philippe
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by Troy Casswell
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by David Hall
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by Anas Kamal
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What changes when we switch to infrared, and which things remain constant? What beauty lies in the light that our eyes can’t see? What do new perspectives show us about our world that only photography can capture? We want to see what the best of infrared and regular photography can show us. Winners will be chosen across 10 categories and include $40,000 in prizes! There are 4 dedicated IR categories, 1 dedicated visible light category, and 5 categories that are open to all photography!
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Life in Another Light
more details at Kolari Vision

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Cotton Candy Trees

Welcome to the unpredictable world of infrared photography. This is a world where trees turn wispy and magical. The sky becomes alienesque, and it appears that there should be three or four extra moons floating around. If you’ve ever wondered about infrared photography, or thought about giving it a try- these example photographs will pump up your motivation!

Photo by Thomas Born
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Peaceful Ivories by Julie Everhart
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Stormy skies by heather nicholson
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Photo by Ruslan Bolgov (Axe)
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Photo by Paul Brake
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Cotton Candy Trees
more at gurushots

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Seeing is Believing

“Every time I post an infrared photo I call it ‘the parallel world’,” says Alin Popescu, “because it lives there in front of you, but you cannot see it.” That’s infrared photography described to a tee. Compared to regular shooting, infrared is Stranger Things’ ‘Upside Down’. A place that, visually at least, exists alongside what we see, but is completely hidden to us. Until, that is, you break through with the right tools.

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Seeing is Believing
by Alin Popescu

more at sony

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Through the Photographer’s Eye

A photographer often sees the world in a different way to everyone else, making the invisible visible.

Wistmans wood, Dartmoor
by Richard Limb
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Regression
by Richard Lingo
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Underneath
by Paul C
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Jan Shooting At Marilyn Pond In Infrared
by Mike Cunningham
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The dark Hedges from the south west
by Paul Nash
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Through the Photographer’s Eye
more at photocrowd

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