not visible to the human eye
Infrared photography was originally created for state surveillance, but, as you know, the use of any shooting techniques in creativity is only a matter of time (for example, as is the case with high-speed photography). Although a lot of time has passed since then, and even the infrared film has already been discontinued, you can easily recreate the look of infrared photos when post-processing in the editor.
Infrared photography turns traditional landscapes into mystical otherworldly images filled with bright shades of supposedly chewing gum and a clear accent in the sky. Continue reading