This post and all the photographs are a long-winded get-well card for my sister Binnaz. Get well soon, Binnaz. Jan and I are sending you our love and best wishes along with these photographs. A little over seven years ago I took a helicopter ride from Newport. There was no set destination and my
A few days ago, when the weather seemed a tiny bit better, I accompanied Jim to visit Roger Williams Park in Providence. It was hot but not terribly so and the humidity seemed tolerable, at least initially. The sky had big puffy clouds and the trees glowed under infrared light. I sought foliage with
The last week or ten days have been very hot and humid. Frequent threats of rain kept the clouds overhead almost all the time. When they were not totally covering the sun and creating a dreary sky, the clouds were very puffy, huge, varied in shape against the blue sky. When the humidity and the
With the Canon M5 converted for infrared photography, I enjoyed photographing the neighborhood and even drove about 2.5 miles from home to see the Narragansett Bay. From the end of Norwood Ave. in Cranston I photographed the wind turbines and the splash of small waves. When you look at those water
I have been doing infrared photography for quite a while now which started with a Canon G7 point-and-shoot converted for this purpose. With that camera, I took many photographs from the window of commercial airplanes as I flew from Providence to Salt Lake City over a course of four years.
Lightroom has had some weaknesses when it came to processing infrared images like channel swap and white balance. The primary problem has been and continues to be the range of white balance options not being wide enough into the blue end of the slider. That has had a fix for quite some time which I