An ongoing project, a study of the lower spectrums of light, invisible to human eyes but no less present. If reality is based on perception, these exemples are as accurate as classic landscape photographs, a focus on a reserved spectrum of light, infra-red.
This study is based on a specific type of film, Kodak Aerochrome.
False-color reversal film, high dimensional stability for vegetation surveys, camouflage detection and earth resources.
KODAK AEROCHROME III Infrared Film 1443 (DISCONTINUED) is an infrared-sensitive, false-color reversal film featuring medium resolving power and fine grain.
(TLDR - Film that reacts to the infra-red spectrum of light emitted by vegetation, portraying plant green as “red” and non-living green as “grey“, it was used by the Air Force to detected enemies in jungle camouflage scenarios.)