Infrared photography (or IR photography) has offered a complete new dimension to the world around us. Completely different from any other types of photography, Infrared photography is a look into the invisible world. The human eye can see wavelengths from about 400nm-700nm (from purple to red); infrared is the light beyond 700nm. IR photography can be done with either infrared film, or a digital camera

Infrared photography has a strong appeal for fine art photography. It produces some very distinct effects which makes the photo looks very surreal and otherworldly. In this article, we will show you some of the amazing infrared photos from Italian photographer and artistic director Paolo Pettigiani. By bringing out elements with chlorophyll like trees and grass, this technique enables the artist to show the beauty of our mother nature in another angle.

More: Paolo PettigianiInstagram h/t: fubiz


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