Gloomy Pripyat Shown By Romanian Photographer Cristian Lipovan

Pripyat attracts many photographers from all over the world. But pictures made by this Romanian author are special. He focuses on the aesthetics of the terrifying devastation and, at the same time, on pacifying loneliness. HDR and bright colors contribute to the gloomy and mysterious atmosphere.

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Cristian Lipovan has been into photography for 8 years. He does many styles but his favorite is an urban research. Over the recent years, he’s been working with a project “Places Suffering”.

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