- 7 p.m., Thursday, July 2, 2020
- Online for Club Members
- Infrared Photography, Gabriel Alonso
Professional photographer Gabriel Alonso, a frequent judge and speaker for Fort Worth Camera Club, will discuss techniques for making infrared images.
The infrared spectrum is light that is not visible to the human eye. The human eye normally can see a color range determined by a measure of wavelength nanometers, or nm. We view wavelengths of 400 nm to 700 nm. Infrared light is beyond 700 nm.
- View the visible light spectrum.
- Learn more about the electromagnetic spectrum.
- Learn more about infrared photography.
You may want to practice infrared photography in time for monthly competition. Digital images may be submitted by midnight on the first Thursday of each month. Competition is open only to members who have paid current year dues.
- Not a member? Join us: PDF 2020 Membership Form.
Our in-person meetings are open to the public, but have been cancelled through August. When possible, we will offer programs online to members and/or to the public. Stay safe. Learn more.
Image above: Tree of Fire and Ice, an infrared image which earned an award in July 2018 for Charles Morris.