Infrared Photography is capturing unseen light that shows unbelievable after effects. In infrared photography, the film or image sensor used is sensitive to infrared light. The infrared wavelengths usually ranges from 750-900nm. Your naked eye sees things as they naturally are, but just like radio waves, ultraviolet rays, gamma rays, and microscopic germs you eyes are blind to infrared. Basically speaking you are simply blocking out visible light while letting the invisible light come inside the camera lens. At first one might think that infrared is just like the good old black & white photography. Then after analyzing the results you will notice that the bright parts are darker, while the commonly dark green acquires a bright glow. This creates such a surreal output that is out of this world! Here I am sharing with you 30 infrared photos. Enjoy.
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Here are 15 stunning photos of waterscapes. These stunning moments are captured by Carlos Molina from Miami, USA. Carlos says my passion for photography comes from the fact that creation speaks eloquently about The Creator. It is creation, not nature, somewhere along the line we got the terminology confused, every tree, flower, landscape, and creation speaks volumes about its Creator, we must take the time to look primarily into HIS word to find out who He is, what He has done, and the kind of personal relationship He so desires with each one of us, but then, we have His creation, so beautiful, so full of shapes, colors, contrasts and moods, it is there and it is saying something, NOT ABOUT ITSELF, it is all about HIM, THE CREATOR. My intention is to capture exactly that to the best of my ability and of the camera. Also I will try to capture images that speak unquestionably about the power of God in the world, His sovereignty, His guidance, and His loving hand. Enjoy!!!