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Fake I/R image(g)

By Leo  
I had this Photoshop action which I found on the net, for creating an Infra Red image, with the aid of that and a good many other tweaks in PS, I arrived at a passable facsimile of a genuine infra red image. It's tempting me now to lash out on an R72 Infra red filter (g)

Tags: Ir Fake Digitally manipulated Bridges Lune Landscape and travel

Voters: DolphinLady,


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17 Jun 2007 10:06AM
Before buying the filter check your camera to find out if it is able to record the IR light. Not all digital cameras do. Take a standard TV remote and in a darkened room press the button on the remote and take a picture of the sensor. If the digital image records a glow from the remote your camera is picking up the IR light, if its does not you will be wasting your money on the filter.
Jim

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Leo 14 46 9 England
17 Jun 2007 11:15AM
Thanks Jim, I had read that same thing somewhere but it had slipped from my mind. All I can hope for is the mighty Nikon corporation, LOL took that into account when they designed the D 80...stranger things have happened(g) I shall carry out the test though, thanks for the tipSmile
Cheers...Leo
DolphinLady 10 54 1 Wales
17 Jun 2007 8:52PM
Wonderful what you've done Leo.
Hilary

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