What a difference the sun makes!
This photo pretty much sums up how the Woods effect is achieved on IR film. The plants at the bottom glow because they were in direct sun light, reflecting a great deal of IR. On the other hand, foliage in the shades will look relatively normal. Interesting to see that submerged vegetations at the center are shining through the jet black swamp water.This photo was shot on film. Taken by ihave2pillows with a Canon EOS Series loaded with Kodak HIE Infrared film in Everglades City, United States. These tags describe this photo: step up ring, 25a filter, red filter, cloudy, usa, infrared, hie, high speed, kodak, black, white, b&w, grey, gray, florida, everglades, alligators, waterlily, ferns, jungle, swamp, wetland, nature, tree, trees, grass, sawgrass, big cypress, national park, grainy, dreamy, boardwalk, wilderness, expired, 11 years old, and 2001 expired, 2012 exposed. Date: 2012-09-22. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album IR: Alligators & Waterlily .
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