Monday, 24 October 2016

Going Wide In Infrared Photography

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A pair of Beisa Oryx photographed in infrared
Its quite evident by now that the unique effect of infrared can help create some stunning and very interesting landscape photos. So while keeping this uniqueness in mind, put down that telephoto lens used to shoot those closeup animal portraits and try going for something alittle wider to capture more of the natural environment. 

The above photo of the two beisa oryx walking out of a wooded area was captured at 45mm using the Nikon 18-55mm kit lens, which i find sufficiently wide enough to use in most cases. Going wider here helped me incorporate more of the beautiful background elements such as the trees, grass, skies, branches and alittle water which are all the hallmarks of a pleasant infrared photograph. 

Best regards,
Shazaad Kasmani

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