Monday, 19 April 2010

Freshford in Infrared

This is a sequel to an earlier post, entitled Why Do I Swim in Blood - I was listening to Stereolab at the time - in which I take my Kodak DCS 560 out into the sunshine with its infrared filter removed, and a visible light blocking filter mounted on the front of the lens, which in this case is a super-sharp Olympus 24mm f/2.8. More technical details in the earlier post.

I ended up with far more images than I could fit into a single post, and so here are some more. They were shot in Freshford, Somerset, a posh village with its own train line. If you want to be buried in a plot in its cemetery, and you are not a resident, it will cost you £780.