These photographs are taken with a modified Canon MkII. The camera was modified for infrared photography and images come out in shades of red. We need to run it through a software plugin to transform it to the imagery within this post. The results are stunning with textures jumping out and the details in cloudy skies.
My wife (Katarina Premfors) and I are always looking to extend our photography styles offering for clients with exciting results like this one. Look out for another style we are working on from an ancient WWII camera which is radioactive! So much so that we have to limit how often we use it.
To see more photographic experimentation and documentary work visit: Katarinapremfors.com
Katarina Premfors specialises in documentary, architectural, travel and lifestyle photography for clients across the globe. She is a photographer for the New York Times, and founding member of Photographers For Hope.
All images are used with permission. © 2017 Katarina Premfors. All Rights Reserved.