The Tomasz Kaluzny Infrared Series is Darkly Surreal

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jul 9, 2011 • References: drkshp.deviantart &
The Tomasz Kaluzny Infrared photo series shows what may be the next big thing in photography. Although lo-fi imagery is pretty popular right now thanks to the nostalgic demand for analog photos, the sci-fi aesthetic that is evoked in these images would offer a great change in the near future.

The chromatically distorted Tomasz Kaluzny Infrared photo series essentially uses an infrared filter to get this stunning effect. Although a pretty straightforward technique, it is evident that this Poland-based photographer is particularly skilled in lighting and composition as well.

Dark, dramatic and whimsically surreal, the Tomasz Kaluzny Infrared photo series will inspire its audience to look at their surroundings with new eyes. Perhaps they will even be able to see a little magic in it as well. Stats for Chromatically Distorted Captures Trending: Older & Chilly
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