“If the doors of perception were cleansed, every thing would appear to man as it is, infinite.” – William Blake (The marriage of Heaven and Hell) Blake had guessed that it is possible to “see beyond what is visible”. Indeed, humans tend to believe in what they are able to conceive, to see, to hear. Though truth is wider than what our eyes are able to focus on. This is why I decided to specialize in infrared photography: to make the invisible evident. With #InfraScapes project, my aim is to show something that is broadly recognizable to the human eye, under a new and unexpected point of view. After three years of Arts and Design courses at Politecnico in Turin, these shots (a work I began in 2014) have awakened my need to use color in order to distort reality. This project, for example, has been shot with a Nikon D750, converting Full-Spectrum, to explore the light’s spectrum emanated by plants. A spark that lies just beyond the beam visible to men. Venezia – Italia
Paolo is 27 years old, an Italian photographer and art director.
He combines graphic design and photography in one single image, playing with colors, shapes and contrasts.
Infrared photography is his specialty, the perfect opportunity to define a new point of view on his subjects.