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Jul 12, 2019

Digital filters are so popular now – several clicks and you have a perfect , which definitely will get many likes in social networks. But what if a filter could definitely transform a ?

French photographer Yann Philippe is in love with Madrid. Last time he has been in the city for several days and tried to understand its magical atmosphere.

The photographer is famous for an old-school variant of a filter – IR Chrome filter. So he decided to show his followers beauty of Madrid in bright red tones.

 “With KolariVision, I created the IR Chrome 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”.

Yann Philippe studied cinematic art at the University of Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée. But in 2004 he tried his hand at photography for the first time.

Since that time he has been improving his skills, participating in different projects. Now he is a teacher at Gobelins School, infrared photographer, who tries to pass on his curiosity to other generations.

So look how magical, funny and simply unbelievable Madrid looks on his photos!

More works of the artist you can find on Behance. Do you like them?

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