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Infrared Photography Workshop
Price:  $29.95

"Infrared Photography -
Seeing the world in a whole new light"
Online Workshop

This 3 hour Zoom workshop will be held on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at 12:00pm EDT (New York  time)

Download the brochure here.

Opening up a whole new realm of photography is easy,
once you know how!

Infrared Photography

Who is this for? This workshop is for anyone who wants to learn more about what infrared is all about and learn how to shoot Infrared images. 
Why attend? You will learn everything you need to know about infrared energy, camera conversions, IR shooting, IR filters and IR post-processing.
What’s included? This is an approximately 2+ hour online interactive Zoom workshop. You will be able to ask questions and benefit from other attendee questions. In addition, you will be provided with the complete online workshop in PDF form.
When is it? The workshop will be held on
Saturday, October 30, 2021 at 12:00pm EDT to 2pm EST (New York time)
How much is it? The workshop fee is USD $29.95

Infrared photography opens up a whole new realm of photography. Infrared photography is very different than visible-light photography. In this workshop, you will learn what infrared energy is, and how to take IR images with either a converted camera or a non-converted camera (yes, you can photograph infrared without having to do a camera conversion!). This is a very comprehensive workshop where you will learn everything you need to know.

PhotoBert Infrared Workshop

You will be able to ask questions and participate in this Zoom meeting.

PhotoBert Infrared Workshop

Here are some unsolicited comments we received from the last workshop we gave:

 "Thank you much for your excellent presentation this afternoon. I liked very much the way you organized the content but even more importantly your well paced and easy to understand delivery."  
 "Thank you so much for the wonderful seminar yesterday. I learned a lot and can't wait to try some of the settings."  
 "Thank you Bert, I found the presentation to be very informative and helpful."  
 "Thank you for the wonderful training session. I enjoyed the briefing."  
 "Thanks, Bert. Excellent session. I learned quite a bit!"  

PhotoBert Infrared Workshop

A Zoom link will be sent out to participants a few days before the Workshop.

About the Presenter:
Bert Sirkin is a professional photography instructor and photographer. He has taught photography, conducted photography workshops and taught post-processing for over 40-years. He is the originator of PhotoBert CheatSheets (https://www.PhotoCheatSheets.com).

Here are the topics covered in this workshop:

  • Origins of infrared photography
  • What is light?
  • What is infrared energy?
  • Solar radiation & infrared
  • Why shoot infrared?
  • When is the best time to shoot IR?
  • A new creative outlet
  • Camera conversions
  • Camera sensors
  • Shooting with non-converted cameras
  • The "hot mirror" filter
  • Full-spectrum conversions
  • Single-frequency conversions
  • Two-spectrum conversions
  • False color
  • Common IR filter frequencies
  • IR filters
  • Full-spectrum IR shooting
  • High-pass filters
  • Specialty filters (Astro-photography, Ektrachrome IR emulation)
  • Exposures based on IR frequencies
  • Sample Images
  • Subjects that photograph well with IR
  • Cutting through haze with IR
  • Camera techniques and tools
  • JPEG vs RAW IR shooting
  • White Balance and IR
  • Post Processing IR images
  • Post-processing white balance options
  • Post-processing – the "channel mixer"
  • Post-processing – finishing up
  • Purchasing an already-converted camera
  • Things to consider – lenses and "hotspots"
  • Things to consider – handling hotspots in post-processing
  • Things to consider – conversion options
  • References / tutorials

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