As we have seen this with his series dedicated to soldiers, photographer Richard Mosse focuses his work on conflicts-torn zones by capturing the fighters and the effects of war on environment at once. Through a process of pink coloration, Infra shows landscapes of Eastern Congo, tinted in pink. This effect is the result of a very particular technique : he uses an infrarouge photo film invented by Kodak in the 40s. This film served initially for militaries in order to make them able to detect the camouflaged ennemies.