Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by Andrew Flannigan, Sep 17, 2017.
Whoops - it's been a long day!
Ah you found me out....
First shot on my K3ii with 16-85, second (and third of course) shot with my IR converted K-01 with an 18-55... hood on the 16-85 and not on the 18-55....
better cloud formations perhaps?
What's this one like in b&w?
something like this....
Prefer that. I think it's the pink in colour IR that gets me.
trying to get the hang of this IR lark...the monos all seem to work as they should, but having said that the conversion is to 720nm which it is said produces good mono and fair colour- which I seem to be proving!!
Two from the Lappland archives.....and there are more where these came from! The end of August/beginning of September counts as the start of autumn up north.
The mono shots are looking good. How do you get the colour effect though? I've tried it with my IR'd 1000D and cant get anything like that colour intensity...
it's a matter of first doing a universal levels adjustment, then a channel mixer exchange, red channel from 100% red to 100%blue and then blue channel adjustment 100% blue to 100% red. Then a bit of a tickle in levels again and that's about it. Might just play around a smidge with brightness and contrast.
see this link https://photographylife.com/how-to-process-infrared-photographs
and also this one https://photography.tutsplus.com/tu...o-infrared-photography-processing--photo-9540
Another thing... I set the white balance on the camera manually as I begin to shoot, because the amount of IR light varies and indeed can vary almost from shot to shot
Interesting articles - thanks.
More from Helensburgh before the rock throwing started.
Flying with clouds...
Power in the clouds...
Clouds as background...
Solid grey/white sky in Skipton today - so no clouds from me.
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