Infrared is something I became very into during a final major project I was doing at college. Infrared Tealby Lincolnshire is not my favourite infrared image but Unfortunately over the years I’ve lost quite a few of the best photographs that came from it which is super disheartening but this one survived and whilst it’s not my best-infrared image, it’s certainly not one of the worst.
This was taken using a Fuji X-Pro 1. This was before I found my trusty converted canon 400d which has saved my life when it comes to shooting in infrared these days, but this like I mentioned was taken my a Fuji X-Pro 1 with an infrared filter on the front of the lens.
I never got the desired results from that set up which is why I gave it up rather quickly.
Infrared Tealby Lincolnshire
Personally, I love how fantastical this photograph looks, it’s got such fantasy vibes to it that it makes me think that somewhere a fairy is going to pop up out of nowhere, obviously due to it being a photograph that’s not going to happen but you can’t blame a girl for her avid imagination can ya?
What do you think of this picture? I’ve been looking to go back and visit Tealby with my Canon conversion in hopes I might get some much better-infrared shots. It was such a beautiful village and even if I didn’t shoot entirely in infrared I’m certain I’d come out with some gorgeous images.
If you’ve got some infrared images, i’d love to see your style of work so link me to a website or instagram in the comment’s below; Also, let me know what you think of this image, what would you do differently?