I got my hands on some Efke IR820 infrared film recently, and put it to good use at various locations around Bristol. See my geek blog for a discussion of metering and exposure in infrared photography, or just read on for the pictures. Foliage is rendered white, while open water and the sky are rendered almost black. 🙂
The first two shots are of the footbridge and the weir at Snuff Mills, Bristol.
This derelict building is in Oldbury Court Estate, but I don’t know what it is. Looks pretty cool with a wide-angle lens, though.
Once again, my favourite tree – this time as you’ve never seen it before: in infrared.
Using infrared has rendered these pond plants white, and the water black.
This is the view from Brandon Hill nature reserve, looking south over Bristol. Here, infrared photography demonstrates its ability to cut through haze/smog in a city and give crisp images on the horizon, several miles away.
This shot was taken on the dockside, and includes the SS Great Britain.
These apartments are also on the dockside.