Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Near-infrared photo. The sun's fingertips touching the trees at sunset.

The last rays of the sun as it sinks out of sight brush the tops of the trees and make them glow. This effect is particularly stunning when seen in near infra-red. The image was taken with a Panasonic G1 that has been adapted to full-spectrum. I used a Hoya 25A red filter (which blocks out all visible light below 590nm). The image was processed from raw using Silkypix and then channel-swapped and enhanced in Gimp.

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