Through the wonder of infrared, you can see the otherwise invisible, heat food and render Central Parks trees, plants and grass a shade of pastel pink.
And how does it work? Using a special filter in front of his lens, Paolo Pettigiani, is able to block the visible light reflected by chlorophyll found in plants, capturing only the 80% which is otherwise invisible to the human eye. The other elements in his images that remain true to their usual colour, do so because asphalt, bricks, water etc. do not reflect the infrared light.