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Infrared and Rivers

Afon Pyrddin in Infrared 'false colour', Brecon Beacons National Park

On my trip to Sgwd Gwladus yesterday, I stopped at a picturesque viewpoint along the river. I set up the camera as usual and shot some normal photos. I then wondered how it would look with my Infrared camera so I got it out. It’s always difficult to see what you’re getting with Infrared but the results on the LCD looked promising. When I processed them later, I found that I preferred the ‘false colour’ ……

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Three Cliffs Bay in Infrared

Three Cliffs Bay in Infrared

Yesterday I had the delight of running a One to One half day Landscape Photography Workshop. Once again I was fortunate with the weather and, although cold, it didn’t rain. One of our stops was an amazing viewpoint overlooking Three Cliffs Bay. I spotted the patterns in the rock and suggested my workshop attendee use them as foreground. Whilst she was photographing the scene, I used my Infrared converted camera to take this photo.

Three ……

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Infrared on Moel Gornach

Summit cairn on Moel Gornach, Black Mountain

The wet weather has finally broken so, being half term and my wife working, I took my two children (2yrs and 5yrs) for a walk in the Brecon Beacons. We walked a short 1.5 miles and ascended 135m to have morning snack at 616m asl on the summit of Moel Gornach. The children were brilliant and enjoyed every second of the walk. I even managed to get some photography in using my Infrared camera. This ……

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Gower Snow 2013

Overlooking Pobbles Beach

It has been a while since I posted a blog entry and the main reason is that I’ve been working on a site redesign, making it simpler and quicker. That is the site you’re viewing now! I did manage to get out in the snow and spent some time on the cliffs at Pennard and on Three Cliffs Bay.

I arrived at Southgate car park at 6am and promptly got stuck in the snow by driving ……

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