This past winter, I revisited the cemetery in Key West and took another series of digital infrared photos. This time a used a converted Nikon D70 and here is my favorite scene from this series.
One of the first series of digital infrared photographs I took was of the Key West Cemetery. I used an old Konica camera. The slide show below is the results of that series.
Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia is a treasure for photographers. Here I have posted a series of three photographs as a slide show. These are High Dynamic Range photos, a series of photographs of a scene bracketed and combined in the computer using software designed for this purpose.
This is a fascinating old house at lock 31 of the Delaware and Hudson Canal. It is owned by the Wayne County Historical Society. Click on the arrow in the photo to see some interior photographs of the house I took several years ago.
This is a series of infrared photos taken of Edinburgh.
I posted an earlier photo of this horse drawn hearse some time ago. I have almost finished re-scanning this series of negatives and wanted to share the images before I do some final editing. Click on the arrow embedded in the first photo to view the slide show.
In my last last two trips to Maryland and lower PA, I have worked on a series of photographs of old feed mills and grain elevators. Of course it always seems like the deserted ones are the most fun. I will be posting some of these photos as I edit them.
Took a short series of an old greenhouse a couple of days ago. I liked the patterns.
At this undisclosed location, is this twisted staircase, where once out of shape minds were treated. To see more of this series, please go to Black and White Photo Images.