Through a Different Filter

Matt Cashore | July 1, 2013 | Notre Dame Photography Blog

Infrared - Sacred Heart Statue

Let me be quick to admit my utter lack of scientific knowledge of infrared light. (Hey, I was an Arts & Letters major!) In high school my photography teacher suggested I try shooting with infrared film and I though it was pretty cool. And it turns out digital cameras are actually quite sensitive to infrared light, and come from the factory with infrared-blocking filters over the imaging chip. Remove the sensor and presto, you’re shooting infrared!

See the photos at the Notre Dame Photography blog

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