Hungarian Photographer Took Pictures Of Rome And Converted Them Into Surreal Infrared Landscapes


According to photographer Milán Rácmolnár: “I converted my old Nikon D3200 to an infrared camera so I could capture the city of Rome in a different perspective. In this way I was able to give the series a somewhat peculiar look.”

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