The Unusual Mystery of Norway in Infrared Images of Yann Philippe



The Unusual Mystery of Norway in Infrared Images of Yann Philippe


Magnificent picturesque landscapes are invariably associated with the richness of colors, the magic of shades, golden sunlight that floods everything around, or romantic alien shine of stars, which gives colorful views an unusual mystery. However, not everyone imagines amazing landscapes in that way. Some photographers have a more original vision.

The Unusual Mystery of Norway in Infrared Images of Yann Philippe

The Unusual Mystery of Norway in Infrared Images of Yann Philippe

The author of these pictures is Yann Philippe. He says that he first went to cold and harsh Norway five years ago, and then repeated his visits in 2017 and 2019. Each time on his Scandinavian journey, he took an infrared-converted camera and a set of certain filters on the lenses.


The Unusual Mystery of Norway in Infrared Images of Yann Philippe


The landscapes of southern Norway from the coast near Bergen to Preikestolen conquered him at first sight. According to Philip himself, he was not sure that infrared photography can give good results in Norwegian weather conditions, because there is almost never sun. Huge heavy gray clouds hung over each fjord, but Yann found a way to set up his camera so that it received enough light, and the pictures perfectly conveyed an incredible sense of gigantism inspired by timeless Norwegian views.
Checkout below wonderful and a Cold Beauty of Norway in Infrared images of Yann Philippe.

The Unusual Mystery of Norway in Infrared Images of Yann Philippe

The Unusual Mystery of Norway in Infrared Images of Yann Philippe

















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