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Infrared photography, which captures the nonvisible parts of the electromagnetic spectrum by filtering the lens to remove visible light, was once used primarily to create eerie landscapes or for scientific or military use. A prolific author of photography guides, Busch has expanded the method into a separate art form, applying it to people, flowers, and architecture. He describes which cameras work best for infrared photography, how to shoot infrared with a simple digital camera or with a digital SLR, and even how to convert a camera to full-time infrared. This highly detailed guide is not for the point-and-shoot photographer, but collections serving advanced photographers may want to include it.