Exploring infra-red photography

23 June 2019

09:30 - 16:30

Ingleton, Yorkshire
New Harvest
New Road
United Kingdom


Group Member£20.00 
RPS Member£50.00 
Non RPS Member£60.00 
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Image (c) Colin Jarvis


Explore the mysterious world of Infrared photography with a specially converted infrared camera for you to use along with screw in IR filters that you can use on your own camera.

Join professional photographer Colin Jarvis for a day devoted to IR photography  in the Yorkshire Dales. 

We will explore a number of locations in the Yorkshire Dales that are ideal for this type of photography, it will cover wooded areas, streams, limestone pavements, beautiful lone trees and the iconic big skies that this area is known for. 

If you want to use your own camera you are perfectly welcome, you would just need a screw in IR filter for your lens, please be aware that you will need to use a tripod for your shots as your shutter speed will be slower than cameras that have been specially converted. With these cameras you are able to shoot at normal shutter speeds. I can provide further information about purchasing a screw in IR filter prior to the workshop. I will also have a filter for you to use on your own camera if you don’t have your own.

Much of the terrain will be limestone pavement which can be slippy and the rocks at various locations are uneven.  I would recommend some form of grippers attached to wellington boots or walking boots to provide grip.

Please bring / wear

  • Refreshments and packed lunch
  • Warm clothing
  • spare trousers to change back into in case you get wet.
  • Wellington Boots and / or walking boots
  • grippers for the boots
  • Camera equipment and tripod.

This will be a category C event for up to 6 people.


Mark Reeves
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Region: YorkshireGroup(s): Landscape