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Photographer Sean Lynch Creates Eerie Landscapes With Discontinued Kodak Infrared Film

Central Park in New York

Photographer Sean Lynch, from New York, United States, began experimenting with infrared photography, when he was in South Asia, 5 years ago. Sean first shot infrared photos with a digital camera, and then he decided to try and make similar pictures with infrared film, which proved more difficult task.

“The wide spectrums of pinks in the photographs really seem to work well with the greens and blues in the skies and waters. Kodak EIR film was used for the landscape photographs that he shot in the fields of the Annapurna Himalayan Range.” Checkout the eerie landscapes with discontinued kodak infrared film by Sean Lynch.

These pictures from Nepal show the foliage in vermillion
These pictures from Nepal show the foliage in vermillion
Amazing View of Central Park
Amazing View of Central Park
Awesome landscape of Central Park in New York
Awesome landscape of Central Park in New York
Central Park
Central Park
Central Park in New York 2
Central Park in New York 2
Central Park. People see what is known as 'visible light' - a part of the electromagnetic spectrum that can be seen by the eyes
Central Park. People see what is known as ‘visible light’ – a part of the electromagnetic spectrum that can be seen by the eyes
Central Park, Beyond the visible light range there are other waves that are not visible to humans
Central Park, Beyond the visible light range there are other waves that are not visible to humans
Nepal, Having originally shot infrared images through digital camera,
Nepal, Having originally shot infrared images through digital camera,
Columbia University in New York
Columbia University in New York
Lovely Nepal
Lovely Nepal
New York
New York
NY
NY
People in Central Park
People in Central Park
Snowy peaks in Nepal
Snowy peaks in Nepal
This stream in Nepal
This stream in Nepal
The Robert Burns statue in Central Park
The Robert Burns statue in Central Park

Picture: SEAN LYNCH / CATERS NEWS

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