The Windansea Shack

I took the infrared camera out for another test spin a week or so ago. This photo was taken at mid-day with a very foggy and overcast sky. After three clicks of the shutter, I was done. There wasn't much else happening. Afterward, I met up with Spencer and did a monstrous amount of recording for Photographers In Cars. A bunch of new episodes is coming, a new one every Wednesday.

I'm still fiddling with infrared, learning its nuances both in operation and in processing. My process isn't there yet, neither in using the camera nor in post-production. I'm taking notes, and will probably put out a vlog about it. When it's ready, I'll post it here and on my YouTube channel. The vlog will be an "off-cycle" video post, meaning it will be distinct and separate from your weekly dosage of In The Field and In Post.

Hey... what do you think about that? Would you like to see periodic vlogs from me? A bit more of a view "behind the curtain"? Or would that be incredibly boring? Let me know in the comments.

Technical Details:
- Sony A7R w/ FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS, 830nm Infrared
- f/11 @ 22mm, 1.6sec, ISO 100
- Processed in Lightroom and ON1 Photo RAW