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Try using an infra-red filter, blocking out most visible wavelenths. They are relatively inexpensive. Photographs to be judged on ability to demostrate the difference in appearance of the world in infra red. Some find an eerie ghostly appearance, but other differences are apparent. This website might give some inspiration: http://dpfwiw.com/ir.htm
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