photos in infrared

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@warrenwarren and @onemakebodytune tinkering on warren’s 4age-t miata rear end swapped corolla. drift union invitational 2015. penticton, bc

these two shots turned out the best out of the entire roll. they really took on the infrared traits and needed no touch up. even the dust and water marks seemed to be less apparent on them. the skies are dark and the clouds look wild in it.

canon ae-1 - 50mm f1.8 / konica infrared 750nm

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@90s-forever ‘s 180sx at the drift union invitational 2015, penticton, bc

    the following black and white photos are from a 35mm roll of expired konica infrared 750nm black and white film shot during the drift union invitational this summer. i had no idea what the results were going to be having never shot infrared and being expired film. most were pretty poor, though some of those were saveable in post, but a couple images turned out really neat. i’d like to try shooting another roll under more controlled conditions.

canon ae-1 - 50mm f1.8 / konica infrared 750nm

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This is a 1996 series of infrared photos taken of Saturn’s Rings. These were taken with the Hubble telescope. Scientists stated that from these photos in sequence they have discovered new moons of Saturn. What wasn’t explained was the object’s that were marked A, B and C orbiting Saturn’s outer ring. These huge cigar shaped object’s are clearly shown following a definite path in an orbit along the edge of the ring. Could these be gigantic space craft or mother ships? One could speculate that these may be extraterrestrial mining ship’s, harvesting some type of mineral from Saturn’s outer ring. Who knows? I think we can rule out a glitch in the photography since they show up in six of the ten photos, and clearly show they are moving. John Lear stated that he believes there to be a spacecraft orbiting in or near Saturns rings that measures 31,000 miles long and 2,400 miles wide!

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Now take a look at this photograph that was taken by the Russian Phobos Probe in 1980 shortly before it was destroyed. The Russian space agency issued a press release saying that they had photographed a 15 mile long cylindrical metallic object, which they thought could be a UFO.