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Rome in Infrared by Milan Racmolnar

The Hungarian Photographer Caught the Eternal City in Bloom
Posted by Gestalten—11/2016

Artist Milán Rácmolnár caught the Eternal City in full bloom. For Rome in Infrared, Rácmolnár used an unconventional photographic technique with a storied history dating back to the early-20th Century. As infrared photography records a set of wavelengths that exist outside our range of vision, colors and textures shift drastically. Browse Rácmolnár’s series below or see more work by young creatives who think outside of the box in Super-Modified. 

Images © Milán Rácmolnár

Super-Modified

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