DENNIS LYTLE TOOK THESE PICTURES USING NEAR INFRARED PHOTOGRAPHY. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE MORE OF HIS PICTURES PLEASE VISIT HIS WHISPERS FROM THE DARK WEBSITE. BELOW DENNIS EXPLAINS THIS PROCESS AND PROVIDES AN EXPLANATION FOR EACH OF HIS PICTURES.
Near infrared is a part of the spectrum that ranges about 750 to 1000nm. It is NOT visible light, but rather a type of light that modern CCD cameras can record. This is a shorter wavelength than true infrared, which we perceive as heat.
|This night shot was taken in a cemetery near Flat Rock, Michigan. Look closely to see a large apparition of a woman's face.|
|I heard a noise off to my right and recorded this image. Look real close at this picture. There seems to be two or three faces here. You be the judge.|
|When I was sitting in a cemetery near Flat Rock. This tree really bothered me. I kept focusing the camera on it, but saw nothing at the time. Review of the tape shows what appears to be a man, wearing a hat and suit, sitting in the tree staring at me, probably wondering "What's this idiot doing?"|
|At first I thought this orb was a reflection from the infrared light source, but on examining the clip I saw that the orb remained bright when the IR light was pointed away from it. As I moved the camera toward the orb it shifted into the image of a head, or skull.|