More from the roadside stop in the Feather River Canyon. When the leaves fall, the structure of the trees is revealed.
By rendering some medium-value things as light values, infrared photographs often have the effect of making shadow patterns clearer.
It is not so much the white leaves in this one, but the pattern of shadows. I found this oak at a rest stop in the Feather River Canyon.
This is a portrait of my daughter-in-law using a converted Fujifilm camera. Try portraits; you'll like the resuts.
Not only for trees, infrared makes people shots with a difference. Better floor reflections, a glow on hair and lessened skin imperfections. Try it!
Highway rest stop in infrared. Don't go anywhere without your camera!