I have a Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera. Which I want to take pictures with at daytime in a well lit room.
Unfortunately the colors on the pictures do not look anything like you would expect from a normal camera. I guess the reason is:
(NoIR = No Infrared.) This means that pictures you take by daylight will look decidedly curious, but it gives you the ability to see in the dark with infrared lighting.
This post states that you can only overcome this issue during daylight by using an additional infrared filter or by using a "normal" camera.
So the pictures seem to lack any green values, plus some of the black values appear red/purple.
I could apply filters to the images programmatically or using gimp and I was wondering how would one tackle such a task? Could this be solved with some simple color correction algorithms? Is it even possible to revert this effect without using a additional "hardware"-infra red filter?
Thanks in advance