Wavelength - Ongoing
An ongoing series of landscapes utilizing a rare, color infrared-sensitive film originally designed by Kodak for scientific analysis. It is particularly significant that color-infrared film, as opposed to regular or  images from black and white infrared film, allows for a unique, extra-dimensional analysis of the images. Kodak Aerochrome reacts vibrantly with plant foliage, and is capable of recording the health and vitality of countless plant species; additionally, the film reacts colorfully to record pollutants variously dissolved in water, ice, or dispersed air. Developed for multiple research uses, including “ice reconnaissance,” the film is uniquely capable of demonstrating the presence of both artificial and biological substances in addition to measuring infrared radiation--all of which would only appear as various shades of gray on typical infrared film.
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