|6th of August 2010 (Fri)||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: WV, USA
I wonder what techniques you might be using for B&W IR portrature?
I notice that the eyes, in particular can look very strange. After one pic of my granddaughter, my daughter said she looked like a werewolf.
I like the skin tones, their softness in particular.
(I am using a Canon 400D with 720 nm conversion.)
|18th of August 2010 (Wed)||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2010
Re: IR portraits
720nm is to dark for IR portrait.
Usually I use 590nm or lower for nice skin tones.
eventhough, there is a technique with PS to touch-up all the things.
In my web there are some expert on this IR. You can post your question there.
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