Can infrared photo/photography technically be considered BW?

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  1. photong

    photong Typo Queen

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    I dont see why not, but I'm just wondering if I'm missing anything :) Thanks :)
     
  2. MDowdey

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    well, i guess its open to interpretations, but i would consider it the absence of color, which certainly qualifies in my book.


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  3. oriecat

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    Sure, it's black and white. I'm not sure why it wouldn't be. It's a silver based panchromatic film, it just has a higher spectrum range that it is sensitive to. (as far as I know. Hopefully I didnt just make all that up :p)
     
  4. ksmattfish

    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    Exactly, at least for BW IR film. There is color IR slide film.
     
  5. photong

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    Ok that makes thins clearer. Thank you guys :) :heart:
     

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