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Sep 11, 2011 22:20 |  #1

shot this today in super color infrared, c&c welcome.

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Nov 12, 2011 00:23 |  #2

just bought an infrared filter but I haven't had the time to use it.. did you photoshop the colors, or is that OOC? if it was photoshopped, did you exaggerate pre-existing colors, or did you manipulate them yourself?




  
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Nov 12, 2011 02:20 |  #3

You have to invert the red and the blue channels to get this color. SOOC, you'll have a brownish sky, and blueish / whiteish trees.

For the "traditional IR" effect, you inverse the channels (as mentioned before), then desaturate the reds / magentas / yellows (put that saturation reduction layer ON TOP OF the channel inversion layer, or it won't work).


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Nov 12, 2011 07:29 as a reply to  @ kylekruchok's post |  #4

I think it needs a bit more work from a processing standpoint. I'm okay with the basic composition (two leading lines intersecting at the center), but a shame about the dead looking clump of foliage at bottom and left of center.


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