Beyond the visible Dolomites
The Dolomites in infrared. From landscapes to work and war zones where thousands of Italian Alpini and Austrian Kaiserjäger lost their lives during WWI. This is a very small excerpt from a larger series trying to portrait not just classic postcard views, but the land with its human heritage, not always idyllic.
The infrared spectrum, not visible to the naked eye, gives the images a particular quality of light, especially in combination with long exposure.
Masters of the technique were Ansel Adams and Minor White