These brisk landscapes of the scenic Norwegian countryside are made surreal with the use of infrared film.
The pink flamingos still look pink in Paulo Pettigiani's Infraland series: Bolivia. But a lot of the landscape does, too.
South African photographer Zak van Biljon shows us the Swiss Alps in absolutely stunning infrared light, in his series Modernising Nature.
Photographer Paolo Pettigiani's series Infraland continues, utilizing infrared film to show us places we've seen before, like we've never seen them.
Some winners from a recent infrared photography contest, showing amazing visions of our world.
Infrared photography has become a fascinating visual trend, showcasing familiar places in totally new and unfamiliar ways. Photographer Paolo Pettigiani shows us the futuristic city of Dubai in infrared in his series Dubai Infrascapes.
A fantastical series of infrared photography showcasing the French countryside in a way you've never seen it before.
Marcus Wendt explores the cacti of the Canary Islands under macro infrared photography, unlocking a range of exotic forms and colors.
Italy's Dolomites rendered in wild colors thanks to infrared photography, by Paolo Pettigiani.
Photographer Kate Ballis left the world of law to pursue photography. Her series on Infrared California leaves the real world, and becomes magical and surreal.
In these near infrared images, a hot summer day actually looks like a frosty winter landscape.
Infrared lenses bring Alaska's fjords to life in a whole new way.
A gorgeous look at Oregon through infrared lenses
A collection of snowy, frosty landscapes. Looks freezing, right? Well, not so much. The images are taken with near infrared photography, which alters the landscapes into bright and strange places. On first glance, you could be fooled. But the bottom image is …