In early April 2014, I received my modified Canon 50D from a shop specializing in infrared photography.  They added a filter in front of the camera’s sensor that only let infrared light in.  As green objects reflect a lot of infrared and blue absorbs a significant amount, a black and white infrared image features dark black skies and brilliant white grass and foliage.

With this in mind, my very first stop was the Tedesco Country Club.  I stopped here and found a composition with the road to Tedesco passing a beautiful crop of trees.  The end result was exactly what I had envisioned for my first foray into infrared photography.

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