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Color infrared aerial photography has wide application in many aspects of forest management but Its potential may not be fully realized because many users do not understand the color process and consequently how to properly interpret it. This paper takes the reader through the entire photographic process, beginning with the principles of light and ending with the final positive transparency. The step-by-step sequence is supplemented with colored illustrations and color and color infrared paired photographs. Once the process is understood, the prospective photo interpreter will be able to Independently deduce the actual color of any image on color Infrared film.
Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture
photography, infrared, forest sciences
Forest Sciences | Other Forestry and Forest Sciences | Photography
Klein, William H., "Understanding Color Infrared Photography" (1982). eBooks. Book 4.
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