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Richard Mosse, Lac Vert, 2012, from The Enclave (Aperture, 2013). Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery.

Richard Mosse's 'The Enclave'

Richard Mosse a utilisé des pellicules de film Kodak Aerocolor, qui n’existe plus et était utilisé en photographie aérienne car en capturant la lumière infrarouge et en la rendant visible il permettait de distinguer plus facilement les changements de végétation, pour photographier le Congo avec ses paysages qui prennent des couleurs surréalistes et ses guerres …

Le Congo en infrarouge

Richard Mosse took this incredible aerochrome (color infrared) photograph of the Congo in the midst of brutal civil warfare

Richard Mosse “Birdland” Fizi, South Kivu (2012) digital c-print 88,9 x 71,1 cm Edition: 5 + 1 AP; courtesy the artist and carlier | gebauer

Richard Mosse “Birdland” Fizi, South Kivu digital c-print x cm Edition: 5 + 1 AP; courtesy the artist and carlier

Le photographe Richard Mosse voit la guerre en rose

Le photographe Richard Mosse voit la guerre en rose

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For purple mountain - majesties

Photographer Richard Mosse used a discontinued Kodak film called Aerochrome to turn the war-torn landscape of the Democratic Republic of Congo into a variety of pink and purple.

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The Color of War in Congo by Richard Mosse (Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark)

Light photographer Janne Parviainen uses long exposure and light painting techniques to create ghostly images of art in his own home in Finland. - Daily Record

In pictures: Light artist 'paints' his house with kid's torches

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