Dear friends, dear members and dear watchers
Continuing our randomized series 4.X with this journal, we will show you today a collection of our folder called non-real by patterns
My intention is, to give you an idea how patterns can be interpreted. Additionally again with a special collection from our wonderful affiliate
, which will also show the theme non-real by patterns with the eyes of IR.
Please enjoy the patterns of non-real patterns shown us by:
- humanspatterns as geometry like:
- disorder / chaos
- gauzepatterns produced by:
- taking many things of the same kind
- duplicating things of the same kind two times, also known as reflection
- duplicating things of the same kind more times
- reorganizing things of the same kind
- splitting and reorganizing things
- combining different things
- showing the (w)hole
- showing a partpatterns by:
- being far away
- coming closer
- being very close
- choosing a special perspective
David has taken also taken a tour via
and has selected from his group pictures which showing also the aspect of non-real by patterns.
Please enjoy this wonderful collection especially the individual comments and explanations to the pictures.
Generally, infrared photographers are not so concerned about patterns as such in their photography, but nevertheless non-real pattern images do occur in several circumstances.
This image from EYELIGHTZONE
shows a neat pattern as a frame for the main infrared image.
The rhythm and pattern dominate this shot from mIkeschwaRz
and the infrared aspect is almost incidental.
Similarly with this image from reydoo.
However some photographers such as Phostructor
are always seeking hidden structures and patterns within infrared compositions. Here are three of his works where such pattern and infrared go hand in hand.
Hilary Clay hclay
are two other photographers whose infrared work can deliberately include pattern.
Sometimes pattern is discovered by infrared photography, where none exists in the visible spectrum as in this image from Okavanga
of a woman dressed in a black fur coat.
Finally, sometimes we can use infrared in derived images simply for the extra impact that infrared can bring, another from Okavanga.
We hope you enjoy our idea of collaboration and we wish you a wonderful time
Your Erdtrud and your David
Thanks for all of your submissions and for sharing your art here