Philip Bloom has just released his latest cinematic work of art, titled “Las Vegas in Infrared.” In playing with infrared lighting, Bloom ventured throughout Sin City, capturing footage of the eye-catching architecture as well as the passersby, mostly shot from a moving vehicle. Philip then took his footage, slowed it down, and set it to Beethoven’s 7th Symphony 2nd Movement, as it all came together to provide with an undeniably unique and pristine look at one of the world’s more raucous cities.

Bloom shot the selection using a hardware-modified Sony RX100 IV (with the infrared blocking filter removed) in 250fps 2 second burst mode with a 665nm filter. But for more on how it was all pieced together, follow on over to his website.

For some additional infrared-specific artwork, check out these magnificent photos of Central Park painted pink.

Not NYC, not LA.

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