Gallery: Striking infrared photos show unique view of our town
PUBLISHED: 09:56 18 June 2018 | UPDATED: 10:07 18 June 2018
These striking infrared images of Beccles taken by photographer Adee Tallents show a different view of our beautiful town.
Mr Tallents, from Worlingham, has been taking photos for as long as he can remember, most recently experimenting with infrared technology to capture images that pick up the various colours in the spectrum that are not usually visible to the human eye.
Mr Tallents said: “Photography has been my passion for nearly 35 years now. When I was young I used companies Like Bonusprint and Truprint to always get a free roll of film back every time I sent a roll in to be developed. Teaching myself the normal basics of photography then on to photography groups.
“After years of developing myself and covering nearly every subject there was, I started to get photographers block and could find that new material to get up and take a photo again.
“Eventually the old school film photography slowly died out and digital start to increase. With this I started again to put my old ways in to digital types of camera, it was not the same but it offered more in other ways. I found infrared was a lot easier than the old infrared film days and no complex dark room techniques were needed.
“This was my new in again to pick up the hobby and start learning something completely new and unwritten about, there is no exact rule book based on this as it’s still fairly new.
“I now pass on my knowledge to other photographers at camera club meetings and even to my partner. She developed the bug after seeing the images I was getting and how different they are.”