by Daniel Stewart

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- January 29, 2023

“In infrared (IR) photography, the film or image sensor used is sensitive to infrared light, which is light that has wavelengths that are longer than what we can see with the human eye. Chlorophyll in vegetation reflects infrared light and in false-colour infrared photography this is typically shown with the colour red. Through research I found out that Kodak developed false colour infrared film in the 40’s to detect camouflage in wartime aerial photographs. These days there are camera labs that convert cameras such as DSLR or mirrorless cameras to have the same effect.”

– Daniel Stewart
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