Fine Art Photography by Kevin Boldenow
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Having shot Kodak 35 mm infrared film for over ten years now, I was always amazed at how the heat and light created such beautiful images. Cool weather, however, gives a much more surreal look to the landscape. The sky in most instances is much darker, and the clouds just have that extra "pop" to them. My trip to Blue Cypress Lake a few weekends ago proved just that. It must have been in the 40's that morning, my fingers a bit numb. The results were more than worth it. Take a look at a sample.