With his Invisible Paris series, the French photographer Pierre-Louis Ferrer decided to capture Paris with infrared photography, revealing a hidden side of the capital. Some mesmerizing and dreamlike images of Paris, created with a Canon 6D camera, modified to capture the infrared spectrum.
I discovered the need for a private video studio so I built one in a small room I had in my apartment this summer. I also wanted to document the step-by-step process I took to accomplish this for under $350 (minus the camera, tripod, and mic — I already had those on hand).
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