Monday, December 12, 2005
By Wayne J. Cosshall
Infra-red film has been (and still is) quite widely used both in scientific photography and in more creative forms of photography, where both areas make use of the very different tonalities (and colours) produced. What is not widely known is that most, if not all, digital cameras are also sensitive to IR and can be used to produce monochrome IR shots.
Posted by David Emerick at 1:12 PM