• Beyond the Visible

    8 days ago - By Aesthetica

    To look at infrared photography is to look at the invisible world. The human eye can see wavelengths from about 400nm - 720nm. Infrared wavelengths sit beyond 720nm. Paolo Pettigiani's Infraland transforms familiar places into surreal landscapes. The images are shot using a converted full-spectrum infrared camera - a technique commonly used in fields like plant analysis, medicine and forensics.
    “Perspective changes everything. Seeing and looking are two completely different acts,” says Pettigiani. “How we understand the world around us depends on our experiences and willingness to be open...
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