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Old 13-11-2012, 13:11   #181 (permalink)
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Re: Infrared Thread.

Like your first one and the last, agree with grease spot about your explanation about the EIR. I can see where you went with the channels but wonder about if you used the same lens and the alignment script. Any other way is a challenge for most people. I think I am going to try and pull up to your simplify settings as you push the envelope higher then I do. Sounds like fun to me
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It really was that simple. Well it was after I worked out where the channels view was and how to paste things in.

Not sure how much difference my Enhanced colour shot makes - or whether you get the same with a normal IR or what.

Let me state again. I did this in the field.

Tripod - Took 50D shot with 17-40mm lens. Thought I might try that with IR and remembered your merging light stuff. Was going to blend that like that at first but then went through the articles about EIR. Anyway I digress.

Took 20D Enhanced IR shot without moving tripod. Used same lens and setting re Zoom and F stop.

Later resized the 50D to same as 20D image. Then loaded them in layers to PS and did

Edit -> Auto Align Layers to ensure things lined up properly. Was a minor movement - probably when taking cameras off / on tripod in muddy ground.

Cropped and save both then did that channel stuff I found.



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Re: Infrared Thread.

interesting,. it sounds simple enough,. I have a full spectrum camera and an IR cut filter (hot mirror / allows only visible light) and an IR only pass filter (blocks most visible light and allows IR) so it should be easy enough to take two images just changing the filter across

I don't know how to paste an image just into a colour channel so need to read up

on the most recent set, I do like the first one a lot and I guess perhaps a much of the effect can be done without needing multiple shots but it's good to try new stuff
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Re: Infrared Thread.

One edit function I thought of during this exploration of color. . When opening an image from ACR, open as a smart object. You can now double click on file icon and reopen to reedit, or under layers open smart object via copy and open as another layer different colors in the layers palette. Something I have used because ACR is very powerful in giving you color as you wish to use. These smart object or nothing more then a vector file and a few limits on editing, but once your done rasterize and save from layers. I would find this better,"just my thoughts", then channels slightly. Channels, the blue channel and sometimes others will give wonderful detail that doesn't show in present picture and retrieving this detail can really change a look.
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Re: Infrared Thread.

Thanks Boofers - I think that will be worth an explore later.

Silver - the pasting to channels is simple - although I had to look it up too

You need the channels open - looks like levels when they are.

Window -> Channels

Should show RGB Red Blue and Green channels in a layers like view then.

Then you can then just select all and copy and paste where you like.
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Re: Infrared Thread.

I Pulled this infrared picture out of a set taken last month. I really liked this one in infrared only.



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Like the detail in the building, lighting & that great looking brown sky
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Like the detail in the building, lighting & that great looking brown sky
Thanks simpbow, the brown is better with out the little bit of yellow it comes out of the package with. I really wish I could find more old buildings like this one. I remember you asked what happened to the little bit of blue in these I used to process with. I did lower the temperature and there it was. Alas it became shallow as I worked over the gamma. One thing is I remembered and your input in my pictures is valued.
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Re: Infrared Thread.

Nice one - do like the tones. Works as well as your EIR version of it. Hard to choose between them.
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Re: Infrared Thread.

And whilst at Swanage also took this on my IR camera.


Blue sky effect applied and a bit of Topaz Adjust.
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Re: Infrared Thread.

Interesting picture, this kind of takes after a duo color,,,two colors,,,,. Maybe stacking and mode blend with your normal camera colors, this is where I am sitting now, but the changes are all from the pictures them selves. Just a thought, I like this for what it is, the impact comes from the black reflection in the water.
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Thanks - I took out the yellows as they were forming a hotspot on the fence. I liked the ending result.

I should of tried a blend. Forgot to do that. As took similar shots on the normal 50D but moved the tripod around between cameras.
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Like the 2 tonesWould be interesting to see what a Nd filter would do to smooth the water. Only a thought as ive never tried it that way either
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I suspect the ND filter would not work on the IR shot. Only if on a merge ?
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Simpbow, you've smoothed water with the IR filter on the end of your lens, a good idea so now I have my old IR filter on an old point and shoot to do just that if the time comes. I also used an ND filter for IR, a very weak one that I believed made some good contrast to my pictures but have sense given it up as if you add more it just burns out the whites. Oh those long exposures, I wish I could get in a groove and spend some time learning more about them, some very good pictures floating around with that set up.
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Have forgotten how I take ones with the dense look around them and still pull in some sharp field. Of course that's what I did here although I did use a polerizer. I have been so busy and when I saw the yard with all the tall weeds, they broke me down and I put things together. So some butter files and other bugs will come flying into the seen. I need to start taking notes again. Yes I still have my original note book for photoshop on what things I do to achieve a look.



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That is superb - you got the white right on. I love the effect you've got. Make a great canvas.

Interesting - had not thought about a polarizer - does it make a big impact on the IR too then ?

Was the sharpness of the few not done simply by shooting at a wide aperture ?
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Very nice shot as chris says would make a canvas look good, would hang on my wall
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Used 85mm prime at f/2 and 1/2000s. I know I can get almost the same kind of look with my 100mm macro. Early on I fooled around with filters and yes I picked it up from a forum else where as it does show a change in the detail. To me it was enough to continue to use depending on subject. I just remember that to make a picture like this ether a macro or wide aperture will help. You do have to use a 72nm filter to pick up the colors. Nice to hear from yous again I miss it when I have to work at something else.
Oh yea,,it was very windy and sunny, that's why I used the fast shutter.
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Couple of shots, 1st taken with Nikon D70,Hoya R72 & 2nd with Nikon P7000,Hoya R72



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Here it comes,, question,, observation,, It looks like you have taken your white balance two different times of day or different exposure settings. I use auto white balance when doing this hoping to get a grey setting similar to my other cameras. Outside of having trouble with that, it is the only time I use auto white.
I like both your pictures showing two times of day, shadows that really show different texture in the trees. Nice brown color in the first and beautiful trees in the second. . overall I like the look of the first one.
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Both nicely done. I much prefer the tones in the first one. I assume it is either down to as Stephen suggested a different WB or some variation in your PP ?
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Thanx guys, 2 different bodies both with pre-set WB but different pp as you say chris
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Been a while since I shot some IR. Had a bright sunny afternoon, so went on a visit to Stourhead, to see it in its autumn colours. So I only took my colour IR and took the sun glows Can't let Boofers take all the good weird stuff at the mo.

#1 Old house


#2 Most taken view - in Pink


#3 The bridge in a grungy Blue Sky mix


#4 Said image turned to greyscale.


#5 This path in the woods was really radiating the sun.


#6 Lake view with some colour shifts.


I got a few more to process and see if I like too.
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v cool,. last two for me,. the 2nd to last one of the path like most, has a look of a painting really like the treatment
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These are just beautiful scenes Chris, whether you keep the colour versions or process them to B&W or IR. Processing as IR just adds a special enchanting dimension. All very nice

I find IR intriguing but have yet to try it - need to check out a suitable camera for conversion, and then learn how to use it to get lovely results like these.
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Like the whole bag of wonder,, the yellow is great.
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v cool,. last two for me,. the 2nd to last one of the path like most, has a look of a painting really like the treatment
Thanks - yes that was a really sun reflecting path. I converted to B&W and then messed with the levels.

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These are just beautiful scenes Chris, whether you keep the colour versions or process them to B&W or IR. Processing as IR just adds a special enchanting dimension. All very nice

I find IR intriguing but have yet to try it - need to check out a suitable camera for conversion, and then learn how to use it to get lovely results like these.
Thanks Graham. Go for it, it's easy than you think, and easier than using a HOYA filter as you can see the shot.

I got mine ready converted. Mine is called a Colour Enhanced Filter, but the RAW has no real colour in it. You can see filter example types on LifePixel. All the colours is me messing about with hues and stuff.

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Thanks - Glad you liked the yellow. In the last one I used my new plugin toy Google/Nik Viveza and changed the blue to greeny/yellow. Like the control point way of masking in that one. Others were a combo of or just one of normal PS, Topaz Adjust and Nik.
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I TYPE USING CAPITALS DUE TO A DISABILTY

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A GREAT SET, ENCHANTING, MAGICAL, LIKE THEM ALL
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Thanks Woody

The location really helps I think - the old stately homes and gardens give lots of opportunity.
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