Infrared Photography experimentation – results

So, I finally got out to experiment more with Infrared photography (IR) using my Fuji X100 camera and a special filter. Here’s a couple of examples:

unprocessed waterfall photograph

Unprocessed IR photo of a waterfall

processed waterfall photograph

Processed IR photo of a waterfall

Note: most cameras require a permanent modification to allow them to record an image taken from IR spectrum of electromagnetic radiation. This modification blocks out the visible light spectrum, meaning the camera can only then shoot infrared. However, the Fuji X series allows IR light through, which means if you use a filter that blocks out all the visible spectrum, you then take an infrared photograph.

Use this link for more information on infrared photography and my infrared gallery.

processed infra-red woodland scene

Processed infra-red woodland scene