• Infrared Kiev
Infrared photography enables us to see the world, which is inaccessible to our eyes. The essence of infrared photography is that it is conducted in an invisible man wavelength range 700-1400 Nm.
Pictures obtained by the infrared photography very surrealistic: hot summer turns them into cold winter (IR images very characteristic white foliage), sky and water are almost black.
Today in Kiev infrared lens. A short walk through the Old Town.
If you ask me, what place in Kiev, I love more than any other, of course, I'll call hem. Anyone caught in the hem for the first time, remember it all, and wants to return.
On a viewing platform at the bottom of St. Andrew's Church:
Climb the stairs to the castle of Richard. The castle is located on a hill Vozdyhalnitse chronicle, it is called "Castle of Richard the Lionheart." He named Viktor Nekrasov after the famous English king:
On the left - the house number 15, also known as Castle of Richard the Lionheart:
Gostiny Dvor just beyond the trees:
St. Andrew's Church:
A view of the hem from the observation deck of St. Andrew's Church. Podolsky bridge in the distance:
move along the street, Vladimir. Previously, there was a passage to the National Museum of History of Ukraine:
The museum is surrounded by a beautiful park:
Landscape alley. Her feature - the sculptures of fairytale characters. Princess on the Pea:
With the historic Upper Town opened the most spectacular views of the hem:
Most recently we opened after reconstruction St. Andrew, laid new paving, here again earned favorite cafe. Andrew's Descent - street-museum and once it connected Old Kyiv with Podil trade. His name was given due to the built at the top of St. Andrew's Church.
Park on Kontraktova Square. In this heat, sometimes before the eyes of the winter there.
On Bald Mountain:
Stairs to the Castle Hill:
Havana bridge across the Dnieper:
Moving in Poznyaky. This is a brand new, well forgotten old park:
Now here is very green, perfect for infrared camera:
"Christmas tree" in the park on Poznyaky:
But the IR-portraits - it's pretty scary: