Wayne Cosshall: Infrared Photography
Item Number 13, Live Event Wednesday-March 9
This webinar introduces you to shooting infrared images using digital and film cameras. Infrared photography is a beautiful, yet different way of seeing the world using a part of the light spectrum that our eyes are not sensitive to, but digital cameras are. It results is a stunningly different look to landscape and people photography.
Topics covered include:
What is infrared and why is it interesting
How digital cameras work with infrared
Converted vs normal digital cameras for infrared
Photoshop handling of infrared images
It takes you through what you need to get started and guides your experimentation in infrared.
Wayne J. Cosshall is the publisher of Digital ImageMaker International www.dimagemaker.com, Photography Wisdom in book (Amazon) and app for iPad forms and involved in a number of other Internet publishing ventures. He exhibits his digital and photographic art nationally and internationally.
Wayne has been a teacher, educator and communicator all his adult life. He started his university teaching career whilst still an undergraduate student himself. He created his first computer graphics image in 1979, built his first computer in 1980 and constructed his first digital camera in 1986.
He cut his teeth on photography as a child doing astrophotography, hooking cameras up to the telescopes he had and built. This grew into a general interest in photography and art. He has exhibited his photography and digital art (predominantly mathematical and fractal imagery, up until quite recently) in group and solo shows within Australia, including invitational survey shows, and internationally. He was Assistant Director of the prestigious International Digital Art Awards for 5 years and has curated several major exhibitions.
Wayne works in series. His two great imaging passions are infrared photography and digital collage. A number of recent infrared series includes “Better to be a wolf than a sheep”, “Mullock heaps of central Victoria”, “Infrared panoramas” and “The rural landscape”. He is working on a substantial collage series called “Road to Elysium” that delves into the esoteric and another series interpreting the Kabbalah through imagery.
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