Italian graphic designer and photographer Paolo Pettigiani shows us a new perspective on New York’s central park, who uses an infrared-aerochrome film replacing colors with red and pink to create unique photo series named Infrared NYC. “The purpose is to highlight the majesty and the contrast of nature included in the famous Big Apple’s skyscrapers.” The talented photographer said about his infrared photos.
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