Tag Archives: infrared

The landscapes of Dordogne in southwestern France captured through infrared lenses by French photographer Pierre-Louis Ferrer, rendering all living plant matter in vivid hues of canary yellow.

Throw off your chains, slaves to the visible spectrum.


Infrared photographs of the Dolomites reflected in an idyllic lake scene (where coniferous trees and other vegitation appear watermelon-pink as they reflect infrared light)  by Paolo Pettigiani.


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The PL-01 tank, a three-crew 35-ton concept stealth tank designed by OBRUM and BAE Systems to avoid infrared missiles using  a mesh of thermal tiles that change their temperature to match the environment.

A fully functional prototype is expected by 2016.



Yet another depopulated timelapse inspired by Ross Ching’s Empty America series – this time with an added twist.

Using a full spectrum camera with a yellow filter, Bruce Wayne Berry Jr took to the streets of Philadelphia, recording the scenes in infrared.

Previously: Paris, Deserted