I had stated in my last Post that I was having allot of trouble with doing IR. I did inquire about having one of my camera’s converted over to a 720nm filter from 2 different places. The one that is closest to me does not do this service any longer, which I was not happyContinue reading “I KEEP TRYING!”
I was still having trouble with converting Infrared Images, so I thought that I’d give Infrared in B&W. This seems to work pretty good, although it’s not what I’m striving for. Hope you like it. Thank You.
The building that houses the Hamburg Strand Theater was built in 1799, and was one of the first properties to be built when the town was laid out. Located at 6 South and 4th Street, it was a Federal style house, which was later, turned into a restaurant, before being converted to the theater in 1920. Continue reading “THE OLD STRAND THEATER”
Hello to my Readers. Hope all of you are doing well. For many, many times now, I have tried and tried to capture Infrared Photography and try to process it to what it should be. I’m finding out that I just can’t seem to get it right no matter what I do with the photoContinue reading “MORE INFRARED”
Infrared Image of the old Covered Red Bridge. For this IR Image I used my Nikon D7000 with a Opteka R-72 screw on Filter. Put the shutter speed on Blub using a remote trip shutter and held it open for 30 sec. on a Tripod. When you do this the Image always comes out withContinue reading “IR RED COVERED BRIDGE”
Lights are on, but no one is Home. Thank you.
Now all that is needed is a Horse, of course. Thank you.
Another Old Stone Home built in 1852. Nighttime with Lightroom CC Thank you.
Again, out cruising the back country roads in the Oley Twp. area, I happen to pass this stately old home. Had to go and turn around to see & photograph this. Upon finding a place to park across the road, I was standing there and a Lady came out and asked “Can I help you?” Continue reading “OLD HOMES”