Infrared images France
• Infrared images France
Infrared photography enables us to see the world, which is not accessible to our eyes. Initially, these pictures may seem lifeless, but looking more closely, you can see them in a different space and a different reality.
Pictures obtained by infrared photography very surreal: hot summer turns to them in the cold winter, the sky and the water are almost black.
Today, in the lens parallel world of Paris and France.
shrubs, grasses, trees - everything looks different. (Photo by Pierre-Louis Ferrer):
Sometimes the foliage becomes attractive canary-yellow. (Photo by Pierre-Louis Ferrer):
And how you red forest? (Photo by Pierre-Louis Ferrer):
Infrared Paris and the Eiffel Tower. (Photo by Pierre-Louis Ferrer):
Ships in Paris in infrared light. (Photo by Pierre-Louis Ferrer):
"I really like that I can open a parallel world that is physically real, but we can not see it with my own eyes."
(Photo by Pierre-Louis Ferrer):
The human eye is able to perceive the rays in the wavelength range from 380 nm to 760 nm (from purple to red). Everything that goes beyond this, it is impossible to see without special equipment. (Photo by Pierre-Louis Ferrer):
Visible light - is only a small part of the wide range of wavelengths. Nearby the spectrum - ultraviolet and infrared rays. They can be captured in photos, t. To. Refractor lens and the image can be focused on the camera matrix. (Photo by Pierre-Louis Ferrer):
In general, an infrared picture captures wavelengths unattainable for our eyes range - from 700 to 1100 nm (Photo Pierre-Louis Ferrer):.
For the first time the infrared radiation located outside the visible range, the Englishman William Herschel discovered as early as 1800, the year. At first, astronomers used infrared photography, used in aerial photography, as well as military and restorers at work with canvases of great painters. (Photo by Pierre-Louis Ferrer):
In the end it was used, and a photo. (Photo by Pierre-Louis Ferrer):
Remove the infrared photograph is impossible without special filters that block the visible spectrum. For infrared photography definitely need a tripod since the shutter speed will be long enough.
And we looked at the infrared France and Paris. (Photo by Pierre-Louis Ferrer):