Infrared, or "IR" photography allows for a glimpse into the world of the unseen. Why "unseen"? Because our eyes literally cannot see IR light, as it lies just beyond what is classified as the "visible" light spectrum. Perhaps like ghosts, objects reflect IR light in unique ways.
This series was shot in Leiden in the spring of 2021. It presents "ghost-like" portraits taken with a Nikon 7000 camera whose sensor was modified for the 7200 infrared light spectrum.