On a whim I took my IR converted Panasonic Lumix G7 to Iceland.  Knowing fully well that a lack of deciduous trees could yield not so great IR images but wanted to try it out anyway.  Here are a few from various locations.  All images were processed using Capture One 9.2 and then converted to Monochrome using Silver Efex Pro.

The sea stacks in Valahnúkur Point in Grindavik


“Standing like this will help capture a great image” More tourists in Iceland this time than I have ever witnessed.


The Black Church in Budir


Fish drying in the Reykjanes Peninsula. Left some color in eyes for impact.


A small church in the Snæfellsnes peninsula cradled by basalt rock


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  1. Absolutely stunning images! Thank you for sharing them with us!

    1. Thanks Karen – this was a first in Iceland. IR will travel for landscapes.

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