Completely wrong - Experiments with Infraredfilm
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|Springtime, the fresh Green of the trees and meadows invites us to a photographic
promenade with the Kodak Ektachrome Infrared 2236 Film.|
Technically developed for military purposes, is this for infrared light sensibilised special film also interesting for photographic experiments.
With the Infraredfilm, which shows a totally "abnorme" colour distribution, normaly the blue sensitive colour layer was changed to an infrared sensitive emulsion. The Infrared film therefore behaves not - like a normal slide film - for the fundamental colours blue, green and red sensitive, but for Infrared, Green and Red. Due to this behavier the Infrared film is named wrong colour film.
Filter - like in the Black & White Photography common - may be used:
|without filter||Green filter No.13||Red filter No.25|
|Black & White Infrared photos look very clear, the long-wave Infrared light pervades the dust essential better as the more short-wavelength daylight.|
Planted areas reflect Infrared light very well and therefore often look very bright - nearly like snowcovered.
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