Invisible Light by Brendan Fitzpatrick Focuses on Inner Features

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jul 28, 2014 • References: & psfk
The x-ray object photography of Brendan Fitzpatrick offers a different perspective of common creatures, flowers and mundane items. Whether the Australian photographer has decided to capture a toy robot to a blooming tulip, the transparent images offer a different take that many people will gravitate towards.

Titled Invisible Light, the x-ray object photography was achieved by using chest x-ray and mammogram machines. According to Psfk, "Fitzpatrick seeks to explore the potential that radiography has in the art world, showcasing x-ray images of three kinds of subjects." Unlike standard x-rays, these images are much more vibrant than one would expect. That is because he has manipulated the images to add more color while highlighting their inner inner features. Stats for X-Ray Object Photography Trending: Older & Warm
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