Infrared Roses are a series of still life photographs taken with a digital infrared camera. There are a variety of processing techniques which is displayed here with this set. This set is one digital negative – processed in several of these ways. Only three were printed on metallic photo paper for display.
With volume processing it is common to write an action script to swap the red and blue channel, (after locating a white point). This lacks accuracy and outcomes can differ drastically – it is an artistic medium. Admittedly, there are a few versions that have camera shake, motion blur – an accidental effect by the operator.
These early experiments were attempts to see the variation. This link to my ‘Behance’ portfolio page has more developed works.
Look for SPACE HUBS, and WASH-X PARK LIFE.