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Pine Hill false color IR by Chris Fastie

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Chris Fastie Chris Fastie
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1
Size
0.17 Gigapixels
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738
Date added
Nov 15, 2013
Date taken
Nov 15, 2013
Categories
environmental, experimental, landscape, nature
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After leaf fall, the evergreens are conspicuous in this false color infrared panorama from the south end of Pine Hill in Vermont. Most of the evergreen trees are white pines (Pinus strobus), but eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) is also common.

The IR block filter in the Powershot A2200 was replaced with a piece of Wratten 25A gel filter. The blue channel of the camera captured only near infrared (NIR) light, and that is displayed here as red. The camera's red channel captured mostly red light, and that is displayed here as blue. The green channel captured mostly NIR light and is displayed as green.

The photos produced by the camera were stitched into this panorama: www.gigapan.com/gigapans/144744. This original panorama was used to make an NDVI image of the scene: www.gigapan.com/gigapans/144709.
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For more info: publiclab.org/notes/cfastie/11-17-2013/pine-hill Will open in a new tab or window


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