Color infrared film is sometimes referred to as false color. This is because this film is designed to differentiate between colors rather than reproduce them accurately.
According to Kodak, this film is an infrared-sensitive, false-color reversal film featuring medium resolving power and fine grain. The Kodak Infrared film is intended for various aerial photographic applications, such as vegetation and forestry surveys, hydrology, and earth resources monitoring where infrared discrimination may yield practical results. Here, a collection of beautiful infrared analog photos taken by Winnipeg, Canada based photographer Kert Gartner.
See more of Gartner's work on his website.