Mystic Photographs of Iceland Captured Through Infrared Lens
In today’s world it’s very hard to surprise people. Even the greatest photo with the most wonderful landscape you could image won’t surprise anyone. This is why artists and, especially photographs, are always trying to find new ways to capture usual things unusually. Today I want to introduce you with UK-based photographer Andy Lee and his different approach to landscape photography.
Recently I discovered one of Lee’s photo series, titled “Blue Iceland” and I had no idea where the hell he has captured such an amazingly dramatic landscapes. It appears that these landscapes were captured in Iceland using infrared lenss. For those who don’t know anything about this technique, you can read more about it here. Generally speaking, infrared lens allow to create false-color or black and white images with a dreamlike or sometimes lurid appearance knows as “Wood Effect”.
It’s amazing to see how photographer transforms the bright and vivid landscapes of Iceland into such a mystic and dramatic sceneries.
Photo credits: Andy Lee