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Central Park Turns Cotton Candy Pink in These ‘Infrared’ Photos

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24-year-old photographer and graphic designer Paolo Pettigiani only moved to New York City two short weeks ago, but already he’s captured a captivating and fresh perspectives on the iconic Central Park that has enamored the Internet.

Walking around the park with his 5D Mark III, a 24-70mm f/2.8, and a 35mm f/1.4, Pettigiani captured some beautiful images of a day in the park, transforming them later in Photoshop so that they look as if they were captured using Kodak Aerochrome film.

The result is an unfamiliar look at some very familiar scenery: a cotton candy pink Central Park contrasted against a bright and beautiful turquoise sky:

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To see more of Paolo’s work or if you’d like to purchase prints of the images above, visit his website or give him a follow on Behance and Instagram.

(via Colossal)


Image credits: Photographs by Paolo Pettigiani and used with permission.

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