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Arctic Landscape Transformed into Infrared Paradise by Daniel Zvereff   /   http://photovide.com/?p=174088

Arctic Landscape Transformed into Infrared Paradise by Daniel Zvereff / http://photovide.com/?p=174088

New York–based photographer Daniel Zvereff recently got a hold of some of the last remaining stock of expired Kodak Aerochrome film in 120 format, and he took it to the Arctic.

New York–based photographer Daniel Zvereff recently got a hold of some of the last remaining stock of expired Kodak Aerochrome film in 120 format, and he took it to the Arctic.

Inspired by Richard Mosse’s infrared work, NYC-based photographer Daniel Zvereff made sure to get his hands on some of the last remaining stock of expired Kodak Aerochrome film in 120 format. The dazzling fuchsia, crimson, and lavender tones are produced when the film reacts to the chlorophyll in plants.

Inspired by Richard Mosse’s infrared work, NYC-based photographer Daniel Zvereff made sure to get his hands on some of the last remaining stock of expired Kodak Aerochrome film in 120 format. The dazzling fuchsia, crimson, and lavender tones are produced when the film reacts to the chlorophyll in plants.

Inspired by Richard Mosse’s infrared work, NYC-based photographer Daniel Zvereff made sure to get his hands on some of the last remaining stock of expired Kodak Aerochrome film in 120 format. The dazzling fuchsia, crimson, and lavender tones are produced when the film reacts to the chlorophyll in plants.

Inspired by Richard Mosse’s infrared work, NYC-based photographer Daniel Zvereff made sure to get his hands on some of the last remaining stock of expired Kodak Aerochrome film in 120 format. The dazzling fuchsia, crimson, and lavender tones are produced when the film reacts to the chlorophyll in plants.

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