These are 'thematic' galleries. Each is a collection of photos that represent a particular theme or style.
The galleries will be updated as I collect new photos that I feel repesent my best work.
Just because they are tenacious, are historic objects more worthy of study? Or can processing make modern items look historic, steampunkish, ancient? History is a passion of mine, and ghost towns or archeological treasures make for wonderful subjects. Early ships and planes, as well, remind us of how far we've come, and techniques can be used to make the shot, as well as the subject, look like history.
Infrared captures wavelengths of light that the human eye cannot see - it's a photo of invisible color, and in some ways, showing more than a "normal" shot. Distant details become visible, as haze fades away. Ordinary objects get imbued with a magical crispness, as if lit with the eighth color of a seven color spectrum.
Capturing the emotion, the scene, in a low light environment calls for a lot of preparation and knowledge of how the equipment will react. Shooting the stars behind a mountain, a string of holiday lights on a dark night, or an evening street vignette are completely different, in some ways, but all use the same principles of night shooting.