David’s style of infrared photography is achieved by using a special camera or lens filter to block out all light but the infrared waves. The result is an other-worldly effect where the color is strange and piercing and the quality is celestial and dreamlike.
David Keochkerian, a photographer from Amiens, France speaks the various forms of beauty. His photography portfolio depict amazing elements of a beautiful nature and its grandeur looks (especially the architecture and infrared pictures).
“I like to capture the fleeting, the subtle, the beautiful, the rare, the spectacular, the staggering… to reveal how the daily and the ordinary can be filled with enthusiasm. My work is very heterogeneous. I use and associate many photographic techniques (DRI, HDR, panoramic, vertorama, long exposure…), image renditions (color, B&W, infrared…) and different themes (landscape, macro, light-painting, architecture, industry…). What’s common is maybe the visual rendition: I like sharp constrasts (light and colors) and dense outcomes.”