Red Filter Photographs

Looking at the World through rose colored glass



How to Create Long Exposures in Daytime

I am obsessed with the many ways to capture motion. My most recent passion is using black glass to create long exposures in daylight.

The two images below were captured at the Great Falls of Patterson New Jersey.

How is this done? This Scott Kelby Video demonstrates how to create images like the ones above.

Welcome to Red Filter Photographs

Red Filter Photographs was born out of my ever growing passion for infrared photography and a desire to separate my color images from my infrared world. In my mind the two worlds could not peacefully co-exist. So it was time to create a home for my unique images.

As I explained how a red filter was necessary to create the images it struck me that the name should be Red Filter Photographs. Luckily when I searched domain names it was available and quickly purchased by me 🙂

The next step, was to describe my vision to the team who quickly gave me six designs. I posted the designs for voting and the winner was chosen. About 22 hours later I realized the design was great but it wasn’t what I really wanted. So one design change later, I now have the logo design that fits the photography.

Next, it was time for header design so back to Days later and two revisions later was born the design you see above.

The final step, was creating a Gallery to display the images in a way that matched my vision. Now  it’s time to unveil my new website, click on the “Gallery” tab above.

I am so happy to finally show you my website –  The website is dynamic – it will grow and change with my imagination.  The website and blog will evolve over time.  I hope you will share your thoughts with me.. Thanks so much for looking!!

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