GO IN­FRARED

Try con­vert­ing your cam­era to cap­ture a dif­fer­ent spec­trum, says Lee Frost

Digital Photograper - - Discover The Secrets Of Black And White -

“got an old DSLR gath­er­ing dust? then why not have it con­verted to in­frared so you can cap­ture a world be­yond the vis­i­ble spec­trum? Blue sky and wa­ter go black while fo­liage comes out ghostly white, pro­duc­ing dra­matic, sur­real images in all weather con­di­tions. con­tact AcS (ADVANCEDCAMERASERVICES.CO.UK) for more in­for­ma­tion.” An in­frared look can be mim­icked in post-pro­duc­tion, to some ex­tent, but it’s almost im­pos­si­ble to pre­cisely re-cre­ate the look of true in­frared black and white.

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