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More Infrared Photos: The Swiss Alps

Infrared photography somewhat captures the opposite colors of what we see since it is more sensitive to thermal signatures so we would often find infrared photos in bright reds, pinks, and other warm colors while cool colors less pronounced.

Before, we've shown some photos done by Paolo Pettigiani. This time around, we get to see some of the works done by South African photographer Zak van Biljon who wanted to apply the same type of imaging on the Swiss Alps. Here are some of his photos:

-via Moss and Fog

(Image credit: Zak van Biljon)

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