Snowy(?) Summer Day, 2020
If this image looks rather otherworldly, that's by design. This was one of my first forays into IR photography on my Fuji X-Pro 1. Most modern digital cameras require a permanent modification to make the sensor able to pick up infrared wavelengths - and such modifications are costly. As it turns out, the X-Pro 1's sensor has IR sensitivity and only needs an IR filter affixed to the front of the lens. Black & white IR photography yields green foliage that appears almost snowy and dramatic dark skies.
Archivally printed as an 8x10 on Canon Pro Lustre paper in a white 11x14 matte & signed.