A Century of Infrared Photography

13 April 2019

14:00 - 15:30

RPS House
337 Paintworks
Bath Road
Bristol
BS4 3AR

Non RPS Member£10.00 
RPS Member£8.00 
Concession£6.00 

© Andy FinneyEven if you don't know it, you'll be familiar with infrared imaging through thermal imaging techniques which shows heat loss in buildings, people or animals, or through the work of photographers and artists such as Simon Marsden who turned the world in a mysterious and haunted place through his infrared photography. 

Andy Finney is one of the world's experts on the history of infrared photography and he'll explain how it was developed in 1910 and how the technique has been used over the past century (and a bit). He will also show you how you can take your own infrared images with your digital camera. 

This talk is presented by Andy Finney and The Royal Photographic Society.

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Images: © James Mercer, ElephantAndy Finney, Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol, shown as an infrared image. 


Region: Bristol (HQ), WesternGroup(s): Imaging Science