Chernobyl is a city in the restricted Exclusion Zona that is situated in the Ivankiv Raion of northern Kiev Oblast, really near Ukraine’s border with Belarus. The city was evacuated in 1986, many hours after the Chernobyl disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. In abandoned places like Chernobyl, the scenarios and enviroment turn totally mysterious and it can be more curious when they are photographed.
The famous city that is located in Ukrain was afected by the disaster. A Russian photographer ventured into the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, armed with an infrared camera from Kolari Vision. Vladimir Migutin documented this indreible enviroment and he feel like he was transported to a different planet.
The city was evacuated in 1986, many hours after the Chernobyl disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. In abandoned places like Chernobyl, the scenarios and ambience turn totally mysterious.
Many hours after the Chernobyl disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant people had to leave the place because they started to get sick and many symptoms like vomiting, headaches and cough.
Before showing these images from Chernobyl, we are going to explain a little more about this filter. Infrared photography let the file or image sensor usted sensitive to infrared light
This filter main reason to be used as military and through the time it started for scientist and artist, making us possible to see what we may ignore.
Vladimir Migutin is a Russian phtographer who was born the same year that happened the disaster in Chernobyl and some years later he decided to visit this city which was affected by a nuclear disaster.
Vladimir visited all the nuclear power plant in Chernobyl with his camera and a infrared filter, so he can document this place which was forgotten.