Being in Madrid for several days for a retouching masterclass, I wandered the city and tried to capture its atmosphere while following the places where vegetation led me.

As digital filters are a real trend on social media, I like to explore a more crafty way of using them going old-school with real cuts of glass. With KolariVision, I created the IRChrome filter -a true glass filter that one can screw on a camera lens- that allows, once combined with an infrared-converted camera, to take pictures in the look and feel of the old Kodak Aerochrome film without huge post-processing.

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Cheryl Milliner 1 day ago

Love the image. Especially the detail of the glass building. Just had one of my cameras converted infrared.

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Ahmad Pujianto 1 week ago

Pet peacock?? How??

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DIVAKA 1 week ago

Looks like a scene from The handmaid´s tale

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Dani 1 week ago

This is so gorgeous! Where this is?

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WallFlowers 1 week ago

My next wallpaper

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Edan Min 1 week ago

It's like the utopian world in The Giver :)

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Bluebell Rizzi 5 days ago

growing up? :D

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Bluebell Rizzi 5 days ago

who wants to bet that it's on selfie mode?

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