Desert Southwest by Klaus Priebe

The unique landscape in the desert southwest, made up of New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah, lends itself to infrared photography so well. The light textures, Monsoon season all come together for some amazing images, I have been working on this project for the last 5 years and have many more to continue capturing the landscape […]

Trees are Life by Basuzilon

At the very beginning of our human experience, trees were considered sacred and honorable: oaks were worshiped by the European Druids, redwoods were a part of American Indian ritual, baobabs were a part of African tribal life. Romans and scholars during the Middle Ages venerated trees in their literature. The modern human community has other, […]

Life in Another Light Photo Contest Winners

Grand Prize Winner for 1st Place Photo Essay Utah by Luciano Demasi Luciano Demasi takes us on a reverent walk through the gnarled desert landscape of Utah, showing us a hidden story and its many characters as he goes. See the full essay here! 2nd Place Photo Essay Hong Kong: The Golden City by Tran […]

Hong Kong: The Golden City by Tran Minh Dung

When I was a child, I especially loved the Hong Kong movies from TVB and many superstars ( Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Andy Lau .etc.) They became a part of my memories. It also made me wish to visit Hong Kong city at least one time in my life. Through the new perspective of infrared […]

Invisible Paris by Pierre-Louis Ferrer

This series presents a selection of Paris’ infrared views, from the most iconic to the most modern. The confrontation between nature and urbanism is at the heart of the narration: the vegetation appears immaculate, surrounding monuments and public spaces in a dreamlike whiteness. In contrast, the buildings, gray and dull, try to focus attention without […]