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Poland Trees In Dramatic Infrared Photography By Przemyslaw Kruk

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Przemyslaw Kruk is an amateur Polish photographer known for his stunning photographs of colorful and wavy European fields which resemble sea waves.

This time, Przemyslaw has published a set of images infrared technology, featuring the beautiful trees of his native land. As he said, “the IR (infrared) World is very mysterious, wonderful, and it can change my point of view”.

Photo by: Przemyslaw Kruk | Przemyslaw Kruk Photography

Photo by: Przemyslaw Kruk | Przemyslaw Kruk Photography

Photo by: Przemyslaw Kruk | Przemyslaw Kruk Photography

Photo by: Przemyslaw Kruk | Przemyslaw Kruk Photography

Photo by: Przemyslaw Kruk | Przemyslaw Kruk Photography

Infrared photography is the art of capturing invisible light. It is a special procedure in which films, filters, or sensors block the available light and capture all invisible light that cannot be seen by the human eye.

Photo by: Przemyslaw Kruk | Przemyslaw Kruk Photography

Photo by: Przemyslaw Kruk | Przemyslaw Kruk Photography

Photo by: Przemyslaw Kruk | Przemyslaw Kruk Photography

Photo by: Przemyslaw Kruk | Przemyslaw Kruk Photography

Photo by: Przemyslaw Kruk | Przemyslaw Kruk Photography

With this process, the green trees and grass will become an ethereal white glow or light violet and blue skies will turn into dark. IR photography turns the landscape of summer into a winter wonderland.

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All images are courtesy of Przemyslaw Kruk.