B+W 090 Filter: Faux Color Photography of Rocks and Water

Wudalianchi (五大连池) National Park in Faux Color Infrared Photography

How are the images of rocks and water look like in infrared faux color?

Wudalianchi (五大连池) volcanic geopark, with 14 volcanoes distributed nearby and almost on the borders of China and Russia, is a nature national park of five interconnected lakes formed after the eruption of the volcanoes of  Laohei (老黑山) and Huoshao (火烧山) in 1720-21.  The eruptions of the volcanoes formed an unique rocky landscape.  It is a attractive place for infrared faux color photography.

All the images below were captured with my full spectrum converted Olympus E-PL5 camera.  A B+W 090 infrared red color filter was attached.

Infrared faux color photography of Wudalianchi National Park. 五大连池

Infrared faux color photography of Wudalianchi National Park. 五大连池

Infrared faux color photography of Wudalianchi National Park. 五大连池

Infrared faux color photography of Wudalianchi National Park. 五大连池五大连池

Infrared faux color photography of Wudalianchi National Park. 五大连池

Infrared faux color photography of Wudalianchi National Park. 五大连池

Infrared faux color photography of Wudalianchi National Park. 五大连池

Infrared faux color photography of Wudalianchi National Park. 五大连池

Infrared faux color photography of Wudalianchi National Park. 五大连池

Infrared faux color photography of Wudalianchi National Park. 五大连池


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