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infrared photography

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(Photography) photography using film with an emulsion that is sensitive to infrared light, enabling it to be used in misty weather, in darkened interiors, or at night. It has applications in aerial surveys, the detection of forgeries, etc

infrared photography

Photography employing an optical system and direct image recording on film sensitive to near-infrared wavelength (infrared film). (Note: Not to be confused with "infrared imagery.")
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The artworks appeared as dark smudges in natural light but researchers at the British Museum and Oxford University's Faculty of Oriental Studies found the tattoos in 2017 with infrared photography.
However, researchers at the British Museum and Oxford University's Faculty of Oriental Studies discovered the tattoos in 2017 using infrared photography.
But using infrared photography, the researchers revealed that these smudges were in fact tattoos of two slightly overlapping horned animals.
In particular, it captured a showdown between a long-eared bat and a scorpion, using infrared photography combined with high resolution and slow motion.
Dr Robin Birley who also made tablet discoveries at Vindolanda in 1970s and 1980s said: "Some of these new tablets are so well preserved that they can be read without the usual infrared photography and before going through the long conservation process.
Here, a Nikon UV Nikkor 105 mm objective was used, which is a purpose-built lens for UV, visible, and infrared photography.
The NoIR camera v2 has a No InfraRed (NoIR) filter on the lens which makes it the perfect option for infrared photography and taking pictures in lowlight environments.
Synopsis: In infrared photography, the film or image sensor used is sensitive to infrared light.
His take on infrared photography has been about taking his faculties further as he goes beyond the visible color spectrum to capture striking images.
It's why foliage looks bright in infrared photography and is often used to map vegetation cover by Earth-observing satellites.
He reviews basic photographic concepts, then discusses photography equipment, general photography tips and overall crime scene photography, photographing shooting incidents, examination quality photography, lighting, and nighttime and low-light, flash, bloodstain, and ultraviolet and infrared photography.
Topics covered include digital infrared photography, focus stacking for depth of field, creative texture application, night/low light/extended exposures, and much more.

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