Infrared photography is one of those art forms that looks more difficult than it actually is. Infrared photos can be captured with the assistance of a lens filter such as the Hoya RM72 (plus a tripod) or with a DSLR that has been modified to capture infrared light. Most of the images you see here have had some sort of post-processing done to achieve the interesting and unusual tones that are the hallmark of infrared photography.
[ Top image Mabul Sipadan Island by Flickr user azliphotography]
Horse by Flickr user GABRIEL PAUL NAPORA
Valium Skies by Flickr user Naomi Frost
casa loma - ir by Flickr user paul bica
fountain by Flickr user paul bica
Becca & Astro by Flickr user John Andreas Olsson
macro ir 15 by Flickr user tfangel
Infravermelho by Flickr user Bruna Marchioro
Masjid DQ Again by Flickr user AnNamir™ c[_]
Morning at Tea Plantation by Flickr user DocBudie
Untitled by Flickr user sebastien baete
Sunda Kelapa in IR by Flickr user Indra Maulana
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