Nevada Wier Photography


I am happy to announce a Weekend Intensive Workshop


Digital Infrared with Nevada Wier


at the Los Angeles Center for Photography (LACP)
  Fri, June 9 (7-9 pm); Sat and Sun, June 10-11, (10 am - 6 pm) 2017

Skill Level: Open to all levels  (please note this is the only IR workshop I'm teaching in 2017)

To sign up or if you have questions please contact 

LACP  755 Seward St. Los Angeles, CA 90038

Phone: 323-464-0909  Fax: 323-464-0906    Email:

Hours: Monday - Friday, 10 am - 6 pm

or sign up HERE



Havana, Cuba 

Infrared photography is a way of creating images using the invisible infrared light that strikes your subject. Long-time infrared experimenter Nevada Wier calls it "invisible poetry," because in the process of studying this technique, you move beyond your usual methods of photographing and discover a new way of seeing the world. Infrared is not only ideal for creating unusual, surreal landscapes, but it's also startling for portrait and still life photography.
Infrared photography in the digital age is light years ahead of its film counterpart. Two factors have led to this unique niche becoming more accessible: first, the use of digital cameras that have been converted to render infrared light and, second, new digital workflow protocols.
In this weekend workshop, Nevada introduces you to digital infrared photography. Using converted cameras and Adobe software, you will learn the ins and outs of photographing and processing your images. After getting comfortable with the technique, you move into the creative and experimental side of making images with the infrared spectrum.
By the end of this short workshop you are a maven of invisible light and a maker of photographic poetry!
*A Note from Nevada
A converted digital camera is  REQUIRED  for this workshop. (I recommend

For more information about this class and converting a camera please download this PDF . You can also download the working class schedule


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