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The ABC of Photography – Infrared photographs

mages recorded on an image sensor or photographic film that’s only sensitive to infrared (IR) light, beyond the spectrum visible to us. Black-and-white IR landscapes have a ‘dreamlike’ quality’; grass and foliage are recorded as almost white, while blue skies become black. Digital cameras can be converted to only shoot IR images by removing the IR blocker in front of the sensor in the camera body and replacing it with a filter that instead blocks visible light.


 

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