..:: Hallucinogenic ::..
Looking south from Hedalen, I shot this infrared panorama in the afternoon of a clear day while on holiday in Norway.
The warmth of the sun is reflected off the trees, which result in bright leaves. The sky, which doesn't reflect much ir-light, gets darker.
This brightening and darkening effect, turns the up the contrast of a scene, while 'inverting' the colors we see. It is therefore imperative that you re-invert the colors in the post-processing
of ir-shots. Otherwise the sky and any water will be colored red, while foliage gets a distinct blue hue.
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