After visiting an island in Micronesia, where most of the population are affected by complete achromatopsia (complete colour blindness), Sanne De Wilde was inspired to explore colour in a truly unique way. Discover how her experiments with infrared photography led to some surreal results that help redefine how we see and consume colour in photography.
Directed by Tyler Freeman Smith
Shot in 4K on the Nikon D5: https://goo.gl/dcbGmk
This is the third of our “That Shot” film series. Check back on the last Friday of each month for a new episode.
Camera: D700 model with a modified infrared sensor: https://goo.gl/BZkh57
Lens: the durable and reliable NIKKOR AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED lens. Its Nano Crystal Coat helps to reduce ghost and flare effects under harsh lighting, for greater image clarity - making it a long-time favourite lens of passionate professionals. Enhanced optical formulas produce exceptional sharpness, contrast and colour, rendering outstanding image and video integrity: https://goo.gl/dd6yyZ