Vincent Versace - Posts from Burma
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We became really excited when we discovered that the great natural light photographer Vincent Versace was leading a Palm Beach Photographic Workshop in Burma. We're going to take a little diversion from our usual HDR feature and look at Versace's latest foray into natural light location photography and infra red photography.
Versace has been shooting IR for many years, mostly with a converted Nikon D200. Being the heavy shooter he is, smashed the top and rear LCD screens and cracked the main circuit board on the D200. Bummer. So he decided to upgrade his IR photography with a converted Nikon D800. That's 36 megapixels of IR photo file. Needless to say, his dual core Macbook Pro was brought to its knees while on the road. But, his files got processed and pumped to show a few here.
We'll be highlighting four of Versace's images from that trip which are truly stunning when viewing a full res image. This version, processed for the web is still stunning.
If you're a black and white photo lover then we recommend you check out Versace's new book From Oz to Kansas: Almost Every Black and White Conversion Technique Known to Man
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