(Five images) Well, you can’t have too many! This set is all taken in the typical ‘IR genre’ – graveyards and their monuments. All taken on a converted Fuji F810 and R72 filter.
First – an impressive angel in a rural church. The form of the wings makes the shot.
Next – layered to add to the effect, and the figure on the pillar gives it a vaguely ‘roman’ look. The hexagonal flare is quite nice too.
Different angel – similar effect. Unfortunately one of the wings has been broken off or vandalised.
This was very odd – a nautical monument miles inland. An odd place to find an anchor.
Finally a favourite location – an overgrown graveyard with some very grand monuments. IR helps distinguish the metalwork from the undergrowth.
Right – not that many IR’s left – thank goodness. Summer is coming, and it’ll soon be IR season for 4 months so get ready!
Hope you like them and thanks for looking!
Layers and IR certainly works!
Beautiful work, Rob. The toning is lovely!
Your IR work is always very interesting and impressive Rob… I particularly like the angle and the processing of the third shot in this particular sequence…