Central Park Through An Infrared Camera Lens
Posted on May 21 2016
Italian photographer Paolo Pettigiani went to New York's famous Central Park and captured some incredible images using an infrared camera. Pettigiani refers to his project as 'a series of infrared/aerochrome photos to show Central Park from a different perspective. The purpose is to highlight the majesty and the contrast of nature, including the famous Big Apple skyscrapers.' By using an infrared camera filter, bright whites are seen as turquoise, while darker tones materialize as cotton-candy pink. Scroll down for more images and check out more of Paolo's work as both a photographer and graphic designer here.
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