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Suprachromacy: Full-spectrum Macro Photography of Lanzarote's Alien Plant Life[1] Photographer: Marcus Wendt (UK)
Description With the aim of exploring the real depth of Green in macro infrared photography of light-absorbing species, Marcus Wendt, creative director at digital art studio FIELD in London captured a series of full-spectrum and macro photography in Lanzarote.

"For the Rays, to speak properly, are not colored. In them, there is nothing else than a certain power and disposition to stir up a sensation of this or that color." States Isaac Newton who formed the basis and inspiration behind this stunning project.

"For us, these alien color spectra spark ideas about how we see color, how much depth is locked up in the color green, and whether color is a property or a sensation," says photographer Marcus Wendt. "And also what plants might look like on planets under a different colored sun."

Via: creativeboom.com
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