This is ashot I took along time back which compositionally I was happy with but the upper part of the Sky was alittle blown so I thought I would mess around with some infrared & mono interpretations. Anyway the long and the short of it is I rather like this and may well try some more IR shots. Enjoy

This is a shot I took along time back which compositionally I was happy with but the upper part of the Sky was alittle blown so I thought I would mess around with some infrared & mono interpretations. Anyway the long and the short of it is I rather like this and may well try some more IR shots. Enjoy

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Assynt Mono

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15 thoughts on “Assynt Mono

  1. Nice. I enjoy this sort of high contrast red filter style B&W conversion. In fact I usually prefer it to true infrared with white grass and leaves that look like snow. A fine view nicely composed.

  2. I like this very much Scott and I think your treatment here turned out great.
    Now you are giving me more things to think about and possibly experiment with myself. Oh boy…
    It’s bad enough my wife bought me a fisheye lens for Christmas, so I’ve already been thinking about that viewpoint.

    • I see a lot of great mono landscape work but I have never set out looking at a landscape with mono in mind – I feel the IR added some depth that the colour image lacked. A fish eye interesting – I love the results you get from such lenses but was concerned I wouldn’t use it too often, what angle is it Phil?

      • The fisheye is a full 180° view for crop sensor cameras like my Canon 7D. I probably won’t use it too often, just a fun thing to fool around with.
        I really do like what you came up with for a mono landscape, it worked out great.

  3. Great view you captured dear Scott. I loved it. Especially the little house… I wished to see it more, but in any way this is great. Thank you, with my love, nia

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