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DeviantART.com is one of the many homes of fine art online. If you want to buy some of my fine art photographic prints, that is the place you’ll find them. This image is another image from the San Antonio Missions. Many of the rooms are in ruins and make wonder subjects for a fine art canvas print. It is always best to look for strong shadows and high contrast when shooting in infrared, as this fine art image shows.
I use a digital camera, a tripod and an infrared filter on the front of the lens. I have a Hoya 72 and a generic 98 from China. Both are great at capturing different degrees of infrared and visible light. The 98 nm filter is totally black when you look through the viewfinder, but it take the much more dramatic images, which make for more dramatic fine art photographic prints. The time for one of these exposures, even in bright sunlight, can be thirty seconds or more. Hence the need for a tripod.
When taking photos that I plan to turn into fine art prints, I look with an eye for what the image will look like after it has been processed in Photoshop. But there is still the need for solid composition to start with. I found the shadow and the hexagon window with an open sky above dotted with clouds, to be just about perfect for a fine art digital print. Photography art in black and white.There is a bit of grain, or digital noise, to infrared. The images are a bit softer than the light we are used to seeing with. When used for fine art wedding photography, this gives the bride and groom an ethereal look that many people love.
I was there on an October day that could not have been more perfect for taking infrared images. I have several of these images that I turned into fine art prints on DeviantART. I have read a few people who are not all that happy with DeviantART, they think they keep too much of the money when they sell these fine art canvas prints, and matte prints, and glossy prints, and coasters, and postcards, and puzzles. But most the people on DeviantART are not full time serious artists, so any money they get at all is better than the nothing they get otherwise. At the moment I pretty much fall into that crowd.
Still, there is some satisfaction in putting your original art out into the world and seeing how people react to it. So buy some canvas prints and make an artist happy for a bit.

Jon Herrera

Jon Herrera

Writer, Photographer, Blogger.
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