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Dubai Infrascape: Photo Series by Paolo Pettigiani

Published Apr 11, 2019

Italian phorographer Paolo Pettigiani (previously) is back with another infrared series, this time focused on Dubai’s impressive cityscape.

From his website:

InfraScapes is a graphic and visual exploration of nature.

For this project I used Infrared (IR) digital photography. This technique enables the full sensitivity of the camera’s sensor, making it sensitive to UV, visible, and IR light. Elements with chlorophyll, such as grass, leaves and trees, strongly reflect IR light on the invisible wavelength.”

You can also check out his awesome ‘Infrared NYC’ captures here.

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