24 Mar 2009 |
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Human skin (and, uh, a little bit of cat hair) resting on a concave mirror, as seen by reflected infrared light. I used a macro lens and off-camera flash, with an IR filter over the flash -- the filter I used transmits a little bit of visible red light, but passes a lot more IR. (The raw result in a digital camera looks red -- I desaturated it in GIMP to make it look a bit more like what I'm used to seeing with black-and-white infrared film.)
If I'm going to suffer accidental injuries, I should at least get some art out of the experience to compensate, right?
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