Infrared Photos Capture Breathtaking Views of France in Cotton-Candy Pink Hues

Infrared photographer Paolo Pettigiani transformed his road trip across France into a three-week photographic adventure. From Provence to Normandy to the Palace of Versailles, Pettigiani allows us to experience France in a way that’s new and fresh. The work is an expansion of his Infraland project, which has been ongoing since 2015.

For Infraland, the Italian photographer uses a converted full-spectrum camera to capture the unseen electromagnetic radiation of infrared light. From New York to the Italian Dolomites, he’s continued to wow us with the cotton-candy hues of these photos. And his infrared images of France are no exception.

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@peepso_user_75(Kate Hendrickson)
Frankly, pink France doesn't do it for me as I have spent a lifetime traveling through out and find this rather gimmicky. I must say that only one photo was intriguing as a stand alone and that was the one with the lavender field with a solo tree.
1 year ago
@peepso_user_383(Edgar Brown)
@peepso_user_75(Kate Hendrickson) I agree. Basically a gimmick.
@peepso_user_75(Kate Hendrickson)
@peepso_user_383(Edgar Brown) There are other artists whose photography plays with gimmicks. Just wish they could use better vision for their work.