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Infrared Imaging[edit | edit source]

What is IR imaging?[edit | edit source]

What is IR radiation?[edit | edit source]

History of IR imaging[edit | edit source]

  • Section 6.4.1 of the "AIC Guide to Digital Photography and Conservation Documentation" (Warda et al. 2017, pp. 130-131) presents the history of infrared photography.


Infrared Imaging Techniques[edit | edit source]

Reflected Infrared Imaging[edit | edit source]

Infrared Reflectography (IRR)[edit | edit source]

Transmitted Infrared Imaging[edit | edit source]

Infrared luminescence[edit | edit source]

FAQ[edit | edit source]

Glossary[edit | edit source]

The following definitions are from Section 6.4.3 of the "AIC Guide to Digital Photography and Conservation Documentation" (Warda et al. 2017, pp. 131-132):

  • Reflected infrared digital photography (or a reflected infrared digital photograph): Imaging or images made in the 700-1000 nm range and thus are within the abilities of digital cameras
  • Infrared reflectography (or an infrared reflectogram): Imaging or images made in the 1000-2500 nm range and thus are within the ability of typical electronic infrared imagers
  • Transmitted infrared digital photography (or an infrared digital photograph): Imaging or images made in the 700-1000 nm range and thus are within the abilities of digital cameras


References and resources[edit | edit source]

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  • Dyer, J., Verri, G., Cupitt, J., 2013. Multispectral Imaging in Reflectance and Photo-induced Luminescence modes: A User Manual.
  • Warda, Jeffrey, Franziska Frey, Dawn Heller, Dan Kushel, Timothy Vitale, and Gawain Weaver. 2017. “Infrared Photography.” In The AIC Guide to Digital Photography and Conservation Documentation, edited by J. Warda, 3rd ed, 130–47. American Institute for Conservation.