Infrared film photograph of Bethesda Plaza in Central Park.
Media: Digital Infrared Keywords: Landmark, Historic Buildings, Horizontal, This was photographed with my infrared camera with a long lens. I’ve photographed the flat iron building so many times, and yet it I still, after all these years, find it compelling. This reminds me of the prow of an ocean liner – cutting through waves of […]
This is from infrared film (Kodak HIE) which isn’t produced any longer. It was shot in 2003. We’re on the other side of the bridge, looking towards 59th street. Black and white infrared film makes green leaves, grass etc. white.
BROOKLYN BRIDGE INFRARED FILM PHOTOGRAPH The iconic Brooklyn Bridge with Infrared Black and White film, 2007. I doubt you’ll find many with this look. He film HIE is no longer made. I often had no idea how these shots would work out – but this one – exposed for a gray sky did work.
circa mid-90s, with Kodak HIE film and Leica M3.
Photographed from the Circle Line cruise with long lens in 2009. “Flame” stands out well in this shot.
View of lower Manhattan from the Manhattan Bridge. This is from Infrared film (HIE).
Grand Central Terminal photographed with HIE infrared film, circa 2001. Chrysler Building in background. Infrared flash also used.
Looking south from Top of the Rock (Rockefeller Center). Empire State Building. 2008 Photographed with infrared film. I actually like the view from Top of the Rock even more than that from the Empire State Building. Because of the way it’s designed, it’s also easier to shoot from the Top of the Rock. There are […]