Infrared Technical Photography for Art Examination

Just published Infrared Technical Photography for Art Examination.

A. Cosentino “Infrared Technical Photography for Art Examination” e-Preservation Science, 13, 1-6, 2016.

This paper discusses technical photographic methods based on the extended infrared sensitivity of a digital camera modified with the removal of the in-built hot mirror filter on the CCD or CMOS sensor, which in turn renders it sensitive to infrared light with wavelength up to approximately 1100 nm. This paper illustrates 4 methods: infrared (reflected light) (IR), infrared transmitted (IRT), infrared false color (IRFC) and infrared fluorescence (IRF). The procedures and the equipment are discussed using examples from case studies and prepared samples.

Infrared Technical Photography for Art Examination

 

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