On our annual journey to Maine, I was excited to capture some landscapes using my infrared camera. I was really hoping to get lucky and have some wicked cloud structures which always make for a more dramatic infrared image, and sure enough, that's exactly what we got. These were taken in Rockland, Maine with both Canon 16-35mm and 70-200mm. The first one is a composite of 10 images stitched together to create dramatic panorama. Hope you enjoy these and leave some feedback at the bottom letting me know what you think.
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Labels: Black and White, Infrared, maine, Rockland Maine, Samoset Resort