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Richard Mosse photographs the Eastern Congo using the near infrared spectrum - a spectrum of light commonly used for analyzing changes in vegetation.

Richard Mosse is an Irish born photographer who shoots documentary + contemporary art photography with Kodak Aerochrome (infrared) film.

"Day and night" - the current project of photographer Stephen Wilkes, mixing day and night images of the same scene in cities and other destinations.

Day to night photography by Stephen Wilkes // Park Avenue, New York / Grand Central Station / MetLife building / Chrysler / yellow taxi / cab / city / Manhattan

Re: Groups

Hunt’s Three Ring Circus: American Groups Before 1950 presents a fascinating glimpse of life in segregated America, at New York’s International Centre of Photography

'The Snapper' mixed media on board, 2015

By David Fullarton.

Untitled, Agbogbloshie Market, Accra, Ghana, 2010. From the series Permanent Error. © Pieter Hugo, Courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery, New York and Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town

Pieter Hugo - Untitled, Agbogbloshie Market, Accra, Ghana, From the series "Permanent Error"

Richard Mosse

Visceral Images Of The Aftermath In Iraq

Part of Richard Mosse's "Nomads" Photography series

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Wire Photographer Spotlight: Daily Life by Muhammed Muheisen - LightBox

Художественная Фотография

A conversation with Gail Gibson

A conversation with Gail Gibson

La guerra en rosa: cuando la cruda realidad parece un sueño

Richard Mosse is an Irish born photographer who shoots documentary + contemporary art photography with Kodak Aerochrome (infrared) film.

Adalberto Libera_Roma (Italy)_Palazzo dei Congressi_1938-1954

Spring 2012 in Rome. (Martina Biccheri, Italy, 2013 Sony World Photography Awards)

Congo. Richard Mosse with an infrared film.

Congo: Across the spectrum – in pictures

General Février, North Kivu, Eastern Congo, Shot with expired Kodak Infrared film.

Old chair. Highfield House. Stanley. Tasmania. Australia.

Old chair. Highfield House. Stanley. Tasmania. Australia.

Eirik Johnson: Portraits of the Tattered Fringe | A conversation with Gail Gibson | FlakPhoto.com

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