Before photography went digital, infrared imaging was possible using one of several infrared films available on the market at that time. Most of them were B&W (Like Kodak HIE or Rollei IR), but there was also some false color infrared film. One of the most renowned among them was Kodak’s EIR.
This is how (no longer a planet) Pluto looks like in infrared
It was three years ago when NASA shared the first image of Pluto taken with a camera named Ralph. An enhanced image showed us rich and wonderful color variations, and now there’s an infrared image as well. It’s amazingly rich in details, and the colors are just gorgeous.
This Is How An Ultraviolet Camera Will Have You Reaching For The Sunscreen
In this telling video clip, Thomas Leveritt, asks random passers-by to stand in front a UV camera so they can see what their skin looks like in only ultraviolet light, providing some pretty shocking results. The clip was created to serve as a public service announcement on the importance of wearing sunscreen, but the photography behind the project is pretty cool, too. [Read More…]
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