For Photographer Mark Rogers, color blindness is not a limitation, especially when combined with infrared imagery. Both extremes in vision were utilized during WWII to detect enemy camouflage. Color blind Military Observers on the ground and the Army Air Corps’ use of infrared film served the same purpose.
Infrared images reveal wavelengths invisible to the human eye and presents them as vivid purple and crimson. Mark Rogers makes use of this technology to illustrate his uniquely visualized world.