Watch a Music Video Captured on an Infrared RED Epic

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Joshua Lipworth used a customized infrared RED Epic to capture the otherworldly imagery found in his music video for To Be Frank's "Half the Man."

He explained on Reddit, "The camera essentially had the OLPF removed, which allowed all light to hit the sensor (including visible) and a special firmware installed. We then had the option to cut a visible light filter to go in front of the sensor/behind the lens or put a filter in front of the lens - as we were using stills lenses on this shoot it was quite easy to buy screw in filters which is the way we went. Cutting filters for behind the lens would be better though because it reduces lens issue."

Watch below and read his Q&A here. (via Imaging Resource)

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