MEET the CLiR Team

Tonee Gee

Tonee Gee

Photographer / Developper

Blake Rudis

Blake Rudis

Education Junkie / Co-founder

Tonee Gee

Artist / Photographer / Developer / Educator

Hi there! I am a french artist, established close to Bordeaux, France.

My discovery for Infrared Photography was about late 2006. Since then, I have been purchasing (too many) cameras that I have modified for infrared.I bought (too many) filters to modify my cameras internally, and externally too (screw-on filters).

My scope is quite wide, from modifiying the camera for iR, shooting infrared and post-processing infrared images.

In march 2019, together with my buddy Blake Rudis, we released the first all inclusive Infrared Photography Mastery course and a Panel for Photoshop.

Since 2017, I am developing plugins and Panels for Photoshop. Fluent in Vanilla Javascript, jQuery, CSS3, HTML5, ScriptUI, CEP and UXP new Adobe implementation.

What We Do

We are dedicated to making the Infrared process streamlined and efficient.  With the CLiR RAW Workflow and Photoshop CC panel and laser focused education we are making infrared photography enjoyable and accessible to everyone!


Wavelength to color

Wavelength to color

Over the course of millions of years, the human eye has evolved to detect light in the range 380—780nm; a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum known as “visible light”, which we perceive as colour.

Lightroom “Save Metadata” explained

In this article, I’ll show you how to keep adjustments made in Lightroom when opening the same image back into Photoshop.

Suppose you are in Lightroom. You want to open your edited image into Photoshop for further editing adjustments. This approach will help you not loosing anything along the way. The goal is to find your Lightroom edited image as an exact visual copy when into Photoshop. 

Welcome to Infrared

As an introduction, allow me to write a few lines on what is considered Human Vision or Visible Spectrum, and how the Infrared Spectrum sits just on it's right side. For us humans, infrared is invisible. I'll show you some Infrared Fun Facts, but first let's talk...