Infrared reflectography (IRR) is a highly valued and widely adopted non-invasive imaging technique used to analyse fine art and objects of cultural heritage significance. Not only can the technique be used to understand the processes of the artist by being able to see through the visible paint layers through to the underdrawing, IRR has proved itself to be an invaluable technique for the authentication of art, where technical art history and connoisseurship intersect.
06 Sep 2021
The University of Hamburg invest in the Apollo from Opus
The University of Hamburg invests in the Apollo camera from Opus Instruments for their The...
24 Sep 2021
Lighting Webinar Slides
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03 Aug 2021
Everything you wanted to know about lighting but were afraid to ask
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03 Jun 2021
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02 Mar 2021
Graffiti revealed by infrared scans of Edvard Munch’s The Scream
Following years of speculation, curators at the National Museum of Norway have confirmed that a...
11 Dec 2020
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Due to the UK’s exit from the European Union and the changes that are due...
05 Oct 2020
Apollo & Osiris Comparison Images
Click on the images below to enlarge and compare high-resolution images taken by the Apollo...
03 Sep 2020
A Change To Our Email Address
As you may be aware, Opus Instruments joined the Atik Cameras family a few years...
The Apollo camera has fomented new research in art history and English literature
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University