Infrared Film

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Infrared Photography - Film Cameras - Black-and-white Infrared Film
... Black-and-white infrared negative films are sensitive to wavelengths in the 700 to 900 nm near infrared spectrum, and most also have a sensitivity to blue light wavelengths ... effect or glow often seen in the highlights of infrared photographs is an artifact of Kodak High Speed Infrared (HIE) black-and-white negative film and ... absence of an anti-halation layer on the back side of Kodak HIE film, this results in a scattering or blooming around the highlights that would usually be absorbed by the anti-halation layer in ...
Infrared Photography - History
... Until the early 20th century, infrared photography was not possible because silver halide emulsions are not sensitive to longer wavelengths than that ... The first infrared photographs (as distinct from spectrographs) to be published appeared in the February 1910 edition of The Century Magazine and in the October 1910 edition of the Royal Photographic Society ... Wood's photographs were taken on experimental film that required very long exposures thus, most of his work focused on landscapes ...
The Haunting (1963 film) - Production - Filming
... also had ceilings, to create a claustrophobic effect on film ... be shot in black-and-white, which Wise preferred for this genre of film ... Wise and Boulton then hit on the idea of using infrared film for establishing shots of the house ...

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