Alley in color despite infrared?

Submitted by Jürgen Tenckhoff on Sun, 07/14/2013 - 12:01

Avenues are a particularly nice subject for infrared images. The white leaves of the trees in summer in contrast to dark streets create a wintry impression. But what the eyes see quickly leads to astonished doubts. T-shirts in winter? Since the common infrared long-pass filters allow small portions of the visible spectrum to pass just above 700 nm, they can be made visible in the image using appropriate procedures (e.g. Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop).





Type | Technique | Theme
Continent or ocean
Picture 1: Avenue in summer