Monday, 29 May 2017

Anglesey Abbey in Infra Red

It was such a beautiful day on Saturday that I decided to take my Infra-Red camera (a newly converted Fuji X-E2) to Anglesey Abbey.  It's quite a while since I did any IR photography, but the X-E2 produced some lovely results.  Not all the Fuji lenses are IR-friendly, unfortunately, but these pictures were taken with a mixture of the 23/1.4 and 50-140/2.8, both of which work a treat.  The images are processed in Lightroom only at the moment, but I'm looking forward to taking the files into Silver Efex at some point.