29.07.10 by Jeff

Richard Mosse

“Quick”, a series of photos from Eastern Congo, by Richard Mosse. No photoshop here, Mosse shot these with Kodak Aerochrome infrared film!

richard mosse photographer photography quick infrared film kodak aerochrome congo

richard mosse photographer photography quick infrared film kodak aerochrome congo

richard mosse photographer photography quick infrared film kodak aerochrome congo

richard mosse photographer photography quick infrared film kodak aerochrome congo

richard mosse photographer photography quick infrared film kodak aerochrome congo

richard mosse photographer photography quick infrared film kodak aerochrome congo

richard mosse photographer photography quick infrared film kodak aerochrome congo

richard mosse photographer photography quick infrared film kodak aerochrome congo













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • wow these are absolutely stunning

  • Morgan

    gorgeous. infrared is so much fun, shooting film is an amazing thing

  • Clara Z.

    The last one is my favorite, I think. It’s quite mystifying.

  • g

    i love color infrared films. and consequently those pictures.

  • allison

    this is so so so so so amazing. i love the choice of infrared with the subject. the artification of artillery, military and politics.

  • love 2nd and last, gorgeous pictures!

  • zhengdong

    this is crazy…!

  • wow -looks soo nice – I love it.

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  • sr

    amazing!!

  • rechargeable

    some of the best pictures ive seen on this site

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  • I am born there …it was so beautiful talk about Evolution… SAD I miss Africa but not the guns

  • lapetitefaon

    ejomeojmoenme what the heck, this is just freaking ridiculous, SOOOOOOOOO PRETTY!!!!

  • Eli

    My god. Terrifyingly beautiful

  • zu

    this is why i love photography. perfect

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