Grist Mill IR

Grist Mill IR

An IR capture of the grist mill in southwest Washington State

I have shared a color image of the grist mill in southwest Washington State before, you can see it here, but I also did quite a bit of IR work that day.

This image was captured with my deep black and white IR converted Nikon D200.  I really like the contrast of the manmade structure of the grist mill itself against the backdrop of the foliage.  I knew when I was standing there that day last summer that this scene was simply screaming to be captured in IR.

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  1. Toad Hollow Photo February 12, 2015 at 2:56 pm #

    Oh wow, the IR aspect of this really makes the photo Scott! Love the foliage and how it renders in this spectrum, well seen and well captured here my friend!
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  1. […] Grist Mill IR – Scott Wood captures and shares a stunning piece in this post, featuring an old wooden grist mill amidst a big grove of trees.  The infrared aspect of the capture helps the viewer focus on aspects of the image that would typically be less-noticed, delivering an almost otherworldly view of this charismatic example of architecture nestled in a natural setting. […]

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