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Infra-red photos of Stoneycroft

Stoneycroft

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Stoneycroft by Pieter Albertyn

The photographer uses  a camera (the eight he has made) to pick up light in the near-infrared part of the light spectrum. It allows him to capture an image of the subject matter in digital format.

Stoneycroft by Pieter Albertyn

Oblique front view with pergola – basic

The photographer uses  a camera (the eight he has made) to pick up light in the near-infrared part of the light spectrum. It allows him to capture an image of the subject matter in digital format.

Stoneycroft by Pieter Albertyn

Oblique front view with pergola – colour swap

The photographer uses  a camera (the eight he has made) to pick up light in the near-infrared part of the light spectrum. It allows him to capture an image of the subject matter in digital format.

Stoneycroft by Pieter Albertyn

Oblique front view with pergola – colour swap

The photographer uses  a camera (the eight he has made) to pick up light in the near-infrared part of the light spectrum. It allows him to capture an image of the subject matter in digital format.

Stoneycroft by Pieter Albertyn

Oblique front view with pergola – cropped only

The photographer uses  a camera (the eight he has made) to pick up light in the near-infrared part of the light spectrum. It allows him to capture an image of the subject matter in digital format.

Stoneycroft by Pieter Albertyn

Oblique front view with pergola – greyscale contrast

The photographer uses  a camera (the eight he has made) to pick up light in the near-infrared part of the light spectrum. It allows him to capture an image of the subject matter in digital format.

Stoneycroft by Pieter Albertyn

Pieter Albertyn makes use of a camera  (his eighth construction) which picks up light in the near-infrared part of the light spectrum and allows him to capture an image of the subject matter in digital format. He has been known to make as many as 15 visits to a site to capture an image in the circumstances of his choice, ie light, cloud formation, time of day. This picture is part of his series of historic Stoneycroft in Hastings.

Stoneycroft by Pieter Albertyn

Oblique back view – colour swap and multi manipulation

The photographer uses  a camera (the eight he has made) to pick up light in the near-infrared part of the light spectrum. It allows him to capture an image of the subject matter in digital format.

Stoneycroft by Pieter Albertyn

Oblique back view – colour swap and multi manipulation

The photographer uses  a camera (the eight he has made) to pick up light in the near-infrared part of the light spectrum. It allows him to capture an image of the subject matter in digital format.

Stoneycroft by Pieter Albertyn

Oblique back view – colour swap and multi manipulation

The photographer uses  a camera (the eight he has made) to pick up light in the near-infrared part of the light spectrum. It allows him to capture an image of the subject matter in digital format.

Stoneycroft by Pieter Albertyn

Oblique front view – colour swap

The photographer uses  a camera (the eight he has made) to pick up light in the near-infrared part of the light spectrum. It allows him to capture an image of the subject matter in digital format.

Stoneycroft by Pieter Albertyn

Oblique front view – colour swap

The photographer uses  a camera (the eight he has made) to pick up light in the near-infrared part of the light spectrum. It allows him to capture an image of the subject matter in digital format.

Stoneycroft by Pieter Albertyn

Oblique front view – mix greyscale

The photographer uses  a camera (the eight he has made) to pick up light in the near-infrared part of the light spectrum. It allows him to capture an image of the subject matter in digital format.

Stoneycroft by Pieter Albertyn

Oblique front view with pergola – auto correct

The photographer uses  a camera (the eight he has made) to pick up light in the near-infrared part of the light spectrum. It allows him to capture an image of the subject matter in digital format.