Trees Photographed in Infrared

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Trees Photographed in Infrared

Postby sgtpepperband » Thu Jul 01, 2010 8:49 pm

Plants are very reflective to infra-red light, so these photos make them look like beautiful candy-floss. Makes me wish we had ultra-violet and infra-red vision, to really appreciate the world's natural beauty. And laser vision to chop down our foes... :wink:

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Re: Trees Photographed in Infrared

Postby Parry » Fri Jul 02, 2010 12:17 am

http://www.pazza.biz/gallery/index.php/Infra-Red-Photos

my infra-red gallery...

am still playing with the false colour stuff...
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Re: Trees Photographed in Infrared

Postby ravey davey gravy » Fri Jul 02, 2010 9:35 am

wow these are amazing!
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Re: Trees Photographed in Infrared

Postby AmbientOne » Mon Jul 12, 2010 3:22 pm

What the bloody hell! Those are gorgeous. I wish I had the equipment and knowhow.

I like taking pics in black and white, but I haven't experimented with the new digicam yet to see if I can on it.
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Re: Trees Photographed in Infrared

Postby Parry » Mon Jul 12, 2010 6:25 pm

AmbientOne wrote:What the bloody hell! Those are gorgeous. I wish I had the equipment and knowhow.

I like taking pics in black and white, but I haven't experimented with the new digicam yet to see if I can on it.


it's better to take them in colour and convert to black & white using what ever program you use :-)
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