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Pripyat Infrared Photography [photos]

Posted on February 2, 2018 by tim


Pripyat is a ghost city in Ukraine. UNESCO included it in its list as a world heritage city after the nuclear accident in the 1980s. We’ve often seen photos from it but for the first time here comes infrared photos.

Vladimir is a photographer specializing in IR photos.

He went to Pripyat for two days taking photos with an IR filter. Here are some of his works.

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3 Responses to “Pripyat Infrared Photography [photos]”

  1. Douglas says:

    Can someone explain the point of infra-red photos?

  2. Horse says:

    Infrared photography shows relative temperatures.

    IE hot, warm, and cool in relation to each other in the frame. The more red an object is the hotter, and bluer, the cooler.

    Not all of the pictures displayed are IR photographs.

  3. Sasquatch says:

    Most likely an infrared converted camera body. These are not what the photos look like straight out of the camera. They have been processed with the color channels inverted to give this look. I have a converted camera body.

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