Chewacla Creek Near Auburn, Alabama
I like the secret sight of infrared images. They let you see a different world than what you see when standing there, or looking at a “normal” photograph. It’s been called cheesy, impure, a “stage” novices go through, etc. That’s a mistake. Don’t you believe them! ;) This is a gateway to new experiences, new sights, subtly and dramatically new feelings about your photography and the natural world.
You can do infrared photography. It’s a whole new world. It’s not hard, once you see how to do it.
I used to think I needed a day of full-powered sunlight to shoot infrared with my unconverted Nikon D40. (“Unconverted” just means it’s stock, not modified in any way to shoot infrared photographs.)