Category: Infrared Photography

NYCxIR: Ryan Berg Captured Stunning Photos of New York City in Infrared

Ryan Berg is a talented self-taught photographer currently based in Austin, Texas. Ryan focuses on analog photography. He recently traveled to New York City and captured stunning infrared series titled “NYC X Ir”. The photos were taken on a DSLR that I had converted to take infrared photos and were completed over a 10-day period. More info: instagram / website Sourse: boredpanda

Surreal Infrared Nature Photography by Bradley G Munkowitz

Bradley G Munkowitz aka GMUNK is a talented photographer, filmmaker and graphic designer based in San Francisco, California. Bradley studied graphic design and filmmaking at Humboldt State University. He is passionately involved in the global design community, giving lectures around the world. A visionary whose creativity and innovation transcends all platforms, GMUNK has established himself as one of the top visual and design directors in the world. His game-changing techniques use lighting and material studies to craft bold imagery in both the live action and interactive worlds. Utilizing a unique fusion of science-fiction themes, psychedelic palettes, and practical effects, his ... Read more

Infrared Photography by Ingo Schobert

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”large” ids=”94987,94988,94989,94990,94991,94992,94993,94994″] Ingo Schobert is a talented self taught photographer and IT manager based in New York, USA. Ingo uses Sony DSC-W50, he shoots a lot of landscape, nature, close-ups and infrared photography.

Infrared Photography by Rob DePaolo

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”medium” ids=”81621,81622,81623,81624,81626,81627,81628″] A child of the 70s and 80s, Rob DePaolo was first introduced to photography through his family’s Kodak Instamatic and Polaroid cameras. After immersing himself in the photography classes offered at his high school, he went on to study photography in college where he spent the better part of his first two years in the darkroom processing film and refining his printing technique. This resulted in a very strong attention to detail which he continues to employ in his shooting and post-processing, even in today’s digital era of photography. After changing his college major to ... Read more

The Unseen by Ed Thompson

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”77092,77093,77094,77095,77096,77097,77098,77099,77100,77101″] Ed Thompson is a British photographer, artist and lecturer. His own photographic work has focused on various subjects over the years from covering environmental issues socio-political movements subcultures and the consequences of war. His early work was influenced by an apprenticeship with the Russian photographer Sergey Chilikov, whom he met at the Arles Photography Festival in 2002. He stayed with Sergey in Paris and learnt the value of shooting everyday life, Sergey’s friend, Gueorgui Pinkhassov, told him how ‘the everyday can allow you to touch at something great’. Some of his photographic projects have been heavily ... Read more

Infrared Photography by Paolo Pettigiani

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” size=”medium” ids=”74428,74429,74431,74432,74433,74435,74436,74437,74438″] Paolo Pettigiani is a talented 23 years old freelance graphic designer, photographer and snowboard instructor based in Torino, Italy. He shoots a lot of nature, mountain and landscape photography.

Infrared Photography by Kate Davies

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”55815,55816,55817,55818,55819,55821,55822,55823″] Kate Davies is a Cape Town-based photographer who is fascinated by the many avenues of her craft. An animal and product photographer by trade, Kate’s infrared photography has become her trademark. She has also created the being project, an animal photography passion project. Kate learnt a lot of what she knows by breaking down and rebuilding every camera she could find. The result is a photographer with an intimate grasp of the medium and a bold affinity for experiment. She moves effortlessly between the specific, informative nature of product shoots; the emotive and personal nature of ... Read more

Infrared Silence by Nathan Wirth

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”51760,51761,51762,51763,51764,51765,51766,51767,51768,51769,51770″] Nathan Wirth, a native San Franciscan, is a self taught photographer who uses a variety of techniques– including long exposure and intentional camera movement– to express his unending wonder of the fundamental fact of existence. Wirth, who earned both his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in English Literature from San Francisco State University, brings a deep appreciation of poetry to his explorations of place (especially the sea). Poets such as George Oppen, James Schuyler, Seamus Heaney, Lorine Niedecker, Elizabeth Bishop, William Wordsworth, Robert Frost, and George Mackay Brown have played a fundamental role in ... Read more

Dancers by Niri Arieli

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”10257,10258,10259,10260,10261,10262,10263,10264,10265,10266,10267″] Nir Arieli launched his career as a military photographer for the Israeli magazine Bamachane, before receiving a scholarship to pursue a BFA at New York’s School of Visual Arts; he graduated with honors. Nir’s photographic passion is within the portraiture and dance fields. He is an admirer of beauty and gentleness, these qualities are the heart of his work. Nir received the Silas H. Rhodes Scholarship (2009-2012), SVA’s Photography Department Award (2009, 2011) and the 5th Year Award by Gotham Imaging and FotoCare (2012). He was chosen as one of the 2013 talents to watch by ... Read more