this is one of my favorite scene of the video. It seems showing a boat loaded with many people, probably are refugees, appearing at the sea.
This is a ruthless image. How helpless the people are on board.
This scene reminds me of the last part of the film Ghosts 2006, the workers were trapped in the tide.
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In project Quick, Richard Mosse produced a documentary documenting a deadly virus caused by bats.
He used Kodak Aerochrome infrared film, a military film, to take photos. He tried to capture the invisible virus hidden under the landscape.
What is Kodak Aerochrome?
According to Kodak’s website,
False-color reversal film, high dimensional stability for vegetation surveys, camouflage detection and earth resources.KODAK AEROCHROME III Infrared Film 1443 (DISCONTINUED) is an infrared-sensitive, false-color reversal film featuring medium resolving power and fine grain. Featuring a 3.9-mil (0.10 mm) ESTAR Base with a gel backing, this film can be processed in modern, continuous-processing machines using Process AR-5. Achieving a negative is easy with Process AN-6 or C-41.Key Applications: This film is intended for various aerial photographic applications, such as vegetation and forestry surveys, hydrology, and earth resources monitoring where infrared discriminations may yield practical results.
These infrared photos look so stunning. This unique pink/red, like the death, destruction, blood, works so well with the subjects in the photos.