Gizmodo posted a really great article about the photographer Richard Mosse and his recent travel to the Congo with Kodak’s discontinued infrared film. According to Gizmodo, this film was used by the scientists and military to do geographical analysis from airplanes. What Mosse did with the look of the film contrasted with its context is outstanding. You have to appreciate the chemistry of film.
I actually recommend browsing through his site, as his videos and photography are fantastic.
Some sample images are below: