Infrared photography makes a world visible that is normally hidden from the human eye. Infrared photography refers to the photographing of subjects in the area of the infrared light spectrum. The human eye perceives light between a wavelength of 380 and 780 nanometers. The light, which is between 700 and 900 nanometers, is called infrared. With the help of an infrared filter, which blocks the visible part of the light and only allows light in the infrared range to pass through, current digital cameras can be used to carry out infrared photography.
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Pictures taken with a Canon EOS1