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How Infrared light affects Cinematography

Infrared cinematography opens up a whole new spectrum of light not visible to the unaided eye. This has the potential to give otherwise ordinary scenes a surreal and dream-like appearance and can really change the look of the images. In a very useful article by RED.com, several of the unique applications and technical hurdles are explored.

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BACKGROUND

The colors of visible light are created by electromagnetic radiation over a range of frequencies. In order of decreasing wavelength, these sensations are typically described as red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet... Read Full article on RED Website

 

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