This rather wonderful location at Venford was found by my good friend Mark Lakeman, whose voyages of discovery across Dartmoor have inspired many a local photographer, whether or not they like to admit it.
I have put off photographing here for a long time as it quickly became a 'must have', as waterfalls of any height are not common on the moors. Rather than the usual approach, I thought I would try infrared for a different take, and a chance to explore a new camera.
The Canon 6DIR is a total revelation over the older 5D I originally had converted in 2010. Masses of dynamic range, Live View and GPS. It's a black and white conversion of a colour IR - imagine a funky red and blue version and its getting close to the original, but not tasteful. Colour IR is exceptionally fun and this camera is converted to 665nm so I can get the best of both worlds.