Rome in shades of pink
Milán Rácmolnar is passionate about photography. Over the years he learned the techniques to trick the human eye to what you see, forcing us to look at the picture once, twice, three times, until we understand, even if a prospect already skewed by our experiences, the the artist felt when you pressed the button and it did click.
A project that Milán called “Rome in Infrared”, the photographer uses infrared in an attempt to recreate the vision that crosses your path.
When walking around Rome, Milan shows us an alternative way of looking at this city so well known. Trees with pink hearts, Fontana di Trévi painted an almost fuchsia tone, a gas station that looks out of an alternate universe.
In the artist’s site we will find other jobs where several photographic techniques are put to the test. A project to know.