Artist Statement

Infra Red to Ultra Blu

Perception plays a huge part in the way we take in reality. Photographing using only the invisible Infrared part of the color spectrum renders dark skies and light vegetation. Photos can take on a surreal appearance with an enhanced feeling of depth and sometimes resemble night shots.

These were shot with a camera which I had converted to Infrared (IR) by a filter over the sensor. Shooting in IR yields a different tonal range than a person would get from an ordinary camera. IR photos are often printed in black and white. I work with the color channels in the file to produce the vivid blue tones.

I have been a commercial photographer in the Pacific Northwest for over 40 years. 
I had a studio and shot for Stash Tea, Baggallini, Reser’s, and many Northwest businesses, as well as many artists and performing groups.

Medium: Infrared Photography

Contact Information

West Linn, OR
503-232-7010
[email protected]
Website

Exhibit Dates:

June 13 – September 12, 2017
November 2, 2017 – February 1, 2018

Osage Oranges - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography
Winding Path - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography
State Hwy 14 - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography
Log Truck over the Applegate Bridge - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography
Desert at Dusk - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography

Osage Oranges - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography

Winding Path - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography

State Hwy 14 - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography

Log Truck over the Applegate Bridge - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography

Desert at Dusk - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography

Osage Oranges - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography thumbnail
Winding Path - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography thumbnail
State Hwy 14 - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography thumbnail
Log Truck over the Applegate Bridge - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography thumbnail
Desert at Dusk - 24 x 18 - Infra Red Photography thumbnail
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