Infrared

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Camden, Maine, USA

Olympus E1 with 14-54mm lens

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17 thoughts on “Infrared

  1. I’m going to have to display my ignorance (again!) and ask why you called it Infrared, David? I like the subject but haven’t made the connection 😦

    • Infrared is a term which was mainly used in film photography Jo. Special film and filters were used to capture the infrared spectrum that the eye could not see. This process tended to change the tones of subjects, for instance leaves would become silvery and skies would become dark. A similar effect is available in most digital processing apps and the outcome is generally appreciated only in the eye of the beholder. You like it or you don’t. I’m not a specialist but hope this helps πŸ™‚

      • I’m severely disadvantaged by not using apps, David. Thanks for the explanation. I suspected it was something like that πŸ™‚

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