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Ultraviolet Reflectance Photography
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Infrared photography involves the recording of infrared wavelengths reflected from a subject. It can be recorded in black and white or "false colour".
Nant Gwynan, Snowdonia. False colour infared image (with "Goldie 590nm filter) "channel swapped"
Japanese style seat, botanic garden, Surrey, England. False colour infrared image (590nm "Goldie" filter"
South Stack lighthouse, Anglesey. Infrared HDR image
Cwm Idwal, Snowdonia. Digital infrared image, simulating the colours of false colour infared film
Rock Rock Pool in visible light and infrared. Note the Thongweed (Himanthalia elongata)
Fox (Vulpes vulpes) caught by an infrared Trail Camera
A selection of "black" fabrics in visible light and IR.
Portrait using UV reflected (left) visible light (centre) and infrared (right) techniques
Simulation of burglar attempting to enter house, shot with IR camera
Waterfall, Snowdonia, north Wales.
Portrait in IR.
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