Category Archives: Infrared Image Art Photography

Infrared Art is captured using a special Digital Camera designed for Infrared Imagery. I love to see my world around me in Infrared, how it shows the surreal things that we see everyday in a different perspective. I have been using this medium in my Wedding Imagery, as well as in things that I see everyday. I hope you enjoy!

The First Annual Sailboat Bend Art Festival 2016! Sunday, April 10, 2016 from 11am-5pm (rain or shine)We welcome you to our beautiful section of Sailboat Bend, which, due to its lush landscaping and incredible structures, lends itself as an ideal festival location!  Of course, we are not relying on that alone, as we have an amazing day planned […]

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At the Bailey Contemporary Arts in Pompano Beach, Fla., emerging artists work with innovative art thinkers from across the globe to create cutting-edge art. Children and their parents take workshops on playing musical instruments and learning to make contemporary art of their own, all just a few blocks from their homes. Art enthusiasts visit to […]

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I am Photographing a Wedding at Tree Tops park in West Broward County Florida.  I wanted to use my Infrared Photography Art technique to capture some late afternoon on location at Tree Tops Park. The 243.3 acres of this park range from 23 acres of restored freshwater marsh accessible by a 1,000-foot boardwalk to the […]

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Infrared Photography Art by  Clay H. Wieland Photographer  I became interested in using the “infrared photography” technique in high school with infrared film.  The original process was very sensitive to light, which is the very nature of the infrared spectrum.  The part of the light spectrum used is referred to as near-infrared to distinguish it from far-infrared, […]

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Infrared Art by  Clay H. Wieland Photographer, www.claywielandphotography.com  I became interested in using the “infrared photography” technique in high school with infrared film.  The original process was very sensitive to light, which is the very nature of the infrared spectrum.  The part of the light spectrum used is referred to as near-infrared to distinguish it from far-infrared, […]

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