WARREN CONNECTICUT – This is the official beginning of construction to add a couple of bedrooms to our house here, anticipating future family expansion. The slightly enlarged footprint of the house runs into our existing well, so we’re digging a new one. Today’s photos are taken with my Leica Monochrom and a 1958 Dual Range Summicron lens (three frames stitched in the case of the first image).
Day 2375 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – Still shooting infra red. In today’s image I got a more dramatic sky than would have been possible in visible light. But . . . tomorrow I’m switching back to my Leica Monochrom, which fits my style better than the Sony.
Day 2312 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – More infrared. This time without the R72 filter, which means that the trees in the distance are rendered fairly naturally. I shot the same scene with the R72 (which blocks all visible light) but didn’t care for the all white rendering of the trees.
Day 2306 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – Today I shot winter landscape with my IR-modified Sony camera, using legacy Leica lenses and an R72 filter that blocks all visible light. I don’t like this combination with foliage – green foliage is rendered bright white, which is actually weird. But in the winter or on the desert, where there is little green foliage (especially in our Eastern deciduous forrest) it is really interesting. Here you go.
Day 2305 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.