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Pulled* the Infra-red filter out of an old Fuji Q1 the other day. Added a visible light filter made of some exposed film.

Here is infra-red imaging. In order: dog, some carved stone (the deep blue/black background on the right of the frame is the sky - clear blue to eyes) and a conifer tree. Plants, generally, reflect infrared so appear white. The clear sky is a massive heatsink, so appears black.

During the reassembly of the camera, I somehow managed to make it extreme-macro only. Will rebuild at some point to try to correct this.


* "smashed", sadly.
17th Feb 2010, 16:45   | tags:,,

swamprose says:

sorry it meant a smashing, but I love infrared. especially plants, so you can see the internal reflection.

hello Lemmy.

21st Feb 2010, 22:24