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Infrared Photographs of Nepal by Sean Lynch

Infrared Photographs of Nepal by Sean Lynch

Infrared Photographs of Nepal by Sean Lynch

These are snapshots of New York based photographer Sean Lynch using his Kodak EIR film turning the mountain ranges and landscapes of the Annapurna Himalayan Range in Nepal into an something spread of pink acid-tinged grass and cotton candy trees. Oakley pas cher Mountains and valleys mimic rugs and coral reefs, adidas nmd schoenen guiding the viewer through a different view of Nepal.

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Infra by Richard Mosse

Infra by Richard Mosse

Infra by Richard Mosse

Richard Mosse‘s photography project Infra uses a type of infrared color film called Kodak Aerochrome, an obsolete military surveillance technology, to investigate ongoing conflict in the Republic of Congo.

The Kodak Aerochrome was originally created to detect targets for aerial bombing. It renders foliage of hues of lavender, pink and crimson. The result is Mosse’s surrealistic photographic depiction of the ongoing war and it is enhanced by the use infrared technology and distorted result.

This project highlights the complexity of the region’s violence. Mosse’s images of Eastern Congo’s civil war is as shocking and complex as the conflict it seeks to understand.

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Night Paintings by Renan Cepeda

Night Paintings by Renan Cepeda

Night Paintings by Renan Cepeda

This photography project Night Paintings is a series of photographs shot by photographer Renan Cepeda using his unusual photographic technique in infrared photography and light painting. These fantastical images are created from long exposure, night-time shots that Cepeda “painted” with light using a simple pocket torch. His innovative technique turns an ordinary photo into a magical one.

Cepeda creates a contrast between the present natural object and artificially imposed scenery. This contrast produces a magical motif, which shows his creativity. Cepeda resisted the temptation of using Photoshop to manipulate his images, so the composition of the pictures remained true to the simplicity of the object.

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