Have you ever heard of infrared photography? This is, however, not a new technique as the first infrared publications date back to 1910. This method consists of capturing the invisible lights (infrared light waves that are generally located between 750-900 nm while the human eye catches the Electromagnetic spectrum that are between 400 and 700 nm) and to post-produce the images using a software such as Photoshop for instance.
These kind of images are relatively rare since most digital cameras are now equipped with filters that block the infrared lights. Moreover, shooting this kind of photos requires a longer exposure which gives rise to digital noise or blurs. However, if one is equipped with the adequate material and has a minimum knowledge on the technique, it is then possible to create original shots while at the same time giving them a dreamy aspect. Here I am proposing a selection of the most beautiful images that I have come across during my research on the topic.