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Infrared Photography With a Digital Camera

It was more than thirty years ago when I last experimented with photography in infrared. Too much hassle: special film handling, black-and-white processing, inability to evaluate results (and adjust settings) until the whole roll was exposed and pictures were printed...

Now this has changed. Due to the arrival of digital photography, we can take infrared pictures whenever we please, mixing them with "normal" ones, and see results on the spot, tweaking the settings to our hearts' desires...

All depends, of course, on how your camera sensor array reacts to the infrared -- and, depending on the filter you are using, to the far red end of the visible spectrum.

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