|MEDIA||digital original, infrared|
Sackville, New Brunswick
I was quite surprised by how the infrared camera recorded the deep red mud of the Bay of Fundy. I had expected it to be dull, almost black due to its high water content and lack of anything living; in reality, it looked practically normal - the only advantage to working with the muddy shores in infrared is the increase in contrast in the riverlettes in the mud, and the stark contrast between it and the luminous tones of the marsh grass that grows beside it.
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