These are all old photographs that I went back and reworked into infrared inspired images. I think at this point, I’ve exhausted all older photos that would work well with this edit and where I ended up liking the final result. With the greenery of summer, I’m hoping for some new images soon!
The last cemetery visit of summer 2020. Whenever we visit family, I always like to walk around with my camera and take photos of whatever catches my eye, even if I’ve captured it before. Recently, I’ve been drawn to those lantern decorations. Soon, it’ll be the foliage. One thing I found particularly interesting was in the 9th image. I have no explanation for it. Solar flares I would understand if there was more daylight but it almost looks like teal smoke. I wonder if something of the supernatural variety was dying (pun not intended) to be the subject of a photo. A few steps further and it was a steep drop. Perhaps it was a warning to be careful.
Either way, I’m excited for the photos I’ll be able to take during autumn! Hopefully, I’ll be able to get more moody forest photos but with a lot more orange and a lot less green!
Some end of summer shots while at the cemetery. Overcast lighting is one of my favourites to shoot under and I was really happy with how these shots turned out. The ones with the bench, lanterns, and the tree with the outstretched branches are some of my favourites from this collection.
Some shots from a visit to the cemetery. I was a little more liberal with my editing with these ones. Instead of staying true to colour, I wanted to go for a colour scheme that was a little more fantastical and a little more whimsical.
Niagara-on-the-Lake! One of my favourite places to be! It’s so quaint and quiet and always feels like a refresh for the soul. I’ve only ever been during the spring and summer but wish to visit during autumn or winter one day!
The day before, we had a lot of rainfall to the point where it flooded the beach. It resulted in such a surreal look where you would have sand and water alternating until you finally got to the lake. This resulted in interesting sunset shots due to the reflections in the water.