I like to take pictures, especially ‘weird’ ones. I take 3D photos, and multi-spectral photos. And sometimes…on rare occasions…I combine the two.
It isn’t as easy as normal 3D photos for me- I don’t have two identical full spectrum cameras. As a result, I need to take two photos with a single camera. That rules out moving objects and windy days. Still, it’s worth it; It literally gives a new dimension to infrared photos(or ultraviolet, full spectrum, etc), and helps me visualize objects outside the visible spectrum better than I could do with a normal photo.
So, with no further adieu, A 760 nanometre photo taken in Jasper National Park, along Highway 16.