|MEDIA||Digital original, infrared|
I never really used infrared film for architecture; it was too expensive (at $15/36 exposures, which really represented about 12 images, if I was lucky) to spend on experimentation. With digital infrared however, all the cost of infrared is up front, with the camera conversion; so experimenting with other subjects, such as this ruin in Dryburgh Abbey, and it’s surrounding trees, was more than easy to do!
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