Beauty in unseen wavelengths in these infrared photographs of the Alaskan wilderness

Category : art, featured, photography
Date : March 4, 2017

San Francisco designer and photographer Bradley G Munkowitz aka GMUNK captured this stunning album of infrared photography in a recent trip to the Alaskan wilderness at Tracy Arm Fjord. Infrared photography utilises special filters to exclude visible wavelengths, dramatically changing a scene. Surfaces like foliage become ghostly white, and textures gain or lose depth depending on their physical characteristics, and familiar sights become alien and surreal. Fun fact: GMUNK also created Windows 10’s default wallpaper. Check out his website or Instagram for more.

via Fubiz