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Chapter 7. Scenic Photography >  Project for Individual Study: Infrared Photogr...

Project for Individual Study: Infrared Photography

The special project for this chapter is one that can easily turn into a mania. If you have a digital camera that can handle it, infrared (IR) photography can be a lot of fun. By photographing an image primarily using the infrared light that bounces off your subject matter, you end up with eerie monochrome photographs featuring white foliage and dark skies, like the image shown in Figure 7.31. Because everyday objects reflect infrared in proportions that differ sharply than that of visible light, the tonal relationships are wildly unexpected.

Figure 7.31. Infrared photography produces weird black-and-white landscape photos.



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