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Jonas Hangartner

About me

I am passionate about photography and videography since 2013. My first camera was a Canon 5D MKII with a Canon 24-70 mm f/2.8 lens. I felt very fortunate to be able to learn with such incredible gear!

Years later, I'm still learning and experimenting. I seek new ways to capture what surrounds me. My passion is dedicated to infrared photography. I want to reveal the beauty of nature through an invisible light.

My philosophy can be described in 3 words: positive, honest, and local! I want the viewer to feel a positive feeling when looking at my images. It can be through composition, colors, or even exposure. To promote my region, all my pictures are taken within a 3-hour drive radius from my home. Some details of the landscape may have been changed, to serve the composition.

Since I joined the NFT space in August 2021, my journey as a photographer has changed. I've never thought that I would be where I am today... Many of my NFTs have found a new home and I couldn't be happier!

This decentralized website is about investing in my journey in the web3. I want to continue to experiment and use the latest technology to promote my work.

Artfact x SuperRare


Owner: LaMancha88

This island De La Harpe always fascinated me. Only accessible by boat, there is an obelisk at its center dedicated to Frédéric César de la Harpe. I knew it would be a perfect subject for infrared photography, and I wanted to capture it for a long time. Using infrared, the sky and water give all the attention to the island.

Using your mouse, or finger, you can go from visible light on the left, to pure infrared black and white on the right, taken at 850 nm. In the middle, you will see the island through the wavelengths of 550 nm, 590 nm, 665 nm, and 720 nm.

Check it out on SuperRare

Open Editions

R3D 7R335

Manifold - Open edition

This edition showcases an image taken with the IR Chrome filter on a full spectrum camera.

This filter is using the infrared spectrum to change the green of the organic matter (leaves, grass, flowers, etc.) to an orange/red color. The final look is achieved through an editing program.

The image shown will change over time. I wanted to take advantage of the digital medium, but not more than once a year. Every holder is encouraged to right-click and save the image.

All next images will be taken using the same filter and same format. Everything will be notified on Twitter and a vote will take place to let the community have the final word.

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Through The Noise


1R 7R335- Another Light

“Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.” ― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Since I joined the Web3 space, I felt overwhelmed quite a few times by all the opportunities. Everything is moving so fast, I tend to make decisions based on the fear of missing out.

A minimalist composition using infrared light, to illustrate what is essential in a photo. Taken at 850 nm, there are no visible light.

Check it out on Foundation