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Invisible Paris: Infrared Photos by Pierre-Louis Ferrer

Published May 25, 2018

“Paris Invisible” is a series of infrared captures by local photographer Pierre-Louis Ferrer.

“I started photography in 2006 as an amateur, in parallel with my professional activity in the field of aeronautical engineering. Initially practicing landscape photography and architecture, I am passionate about urban graphics, reflections, long exposure and coastal landscapes. I then extended my interests to portraiture, maintaining a vision and a natural approach where expressions take precedence over pure plastic beauty. I am experimenting with infrared and ultraviolet photography at the same time, extending the spectral range of my shots.”

— Pierre-Louis Ferrer

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