Right away I'm noticing how radically different things are shooting in infra red. The key to obtaining great IR images is to get the white balance right, as you shoot. And the more accurate you can get that white balance, the better off you'll be in the next stage, post processing. To me, this is the best part, since I've found that I enjoy the post processing just as much as actually taking the image. No-where else in photography is Ansel Adam's quote "You don't take an image, you make it", more appropriate.
Here's another version of the above image with a completely different aesthetic look.
I'll part with another image that I took this last weekend at a local park. Again, it may not appeal to everyone, but I sure do like it. :)
Well, maybe just a few more............
Thanks for visiting and taking some time to read my photo blog. I'm by no means a "pro", nor do I have any interest in "going pro". I'm just another guy with a camera, or two, that's blessed to have a day job that allows me to enjoy photography purely for the fun of it.
My goal with this site is simply to share my passion, and to share what I find along the way. Thanks for looking.