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Jan 20, 2006 15:30 |  #1

Here's a few shots that I converted to infrared w/ PSE3. I'm starting this new collection of mine called "Ghosts," and these are my first few to go in. Hope you like them, and tell me what you guys think! Thanks!


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Jan 20, 2006 15:30 |  #2

Here's the other


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Jan 20, 2006 20:04 |  #3

sorry, but they don't look like infrared shots. more like an inverted B&W.


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Jan 20, 2006 23:33 |  #4

Those are neat shots, but I agree with Duder.


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Jan 21, 2006 07:32 as a reply to  @ ddelallata's post |  #5

Well, i tried to make them look like that. I want to get this one filter for my G6 though so i can take the. Thanks though!


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Jan 21, 2006 14:57 |  #6

yeah they kinda scream inverted B&W. but hey, the #3 one is really nice


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