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on the road

By Diana
still trying to get my head around processing infra red shots

I duplicated the layer, destaurated, auto levels and multiplied (I think)

gained from the advice on my others, so thanks all round Smile

thanks for your comments


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12 Nov 2009 12:03AM
Like it...Smile)


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morpheus1955 9 3 2 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2009 12:13AM
Good evening Diana, for me it has to be V1, great composition and processing, I like the stillness implied, even the car seems to be still.

taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
12 Nov 2009 12:15AM
Contrast is tons better here-- Jennnn
Diana 9 2.0k 19 Netherlands
12 Nov 2009 12:15AM
thanks, it was moving....but this was shot in a cemetary so maybe you picked the essence of stillness up from that

thanks Jennn...onwards and upwards hey ?

User_Removed 12 386 2 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2009 12:20AM
V1 for me, excellent.
imagio 10 12 1 England
12 Nov 2009 12:30AM
V 1 for me Diana

Diana 9 2.0k 19 Netherlands
12 Nov 2009 12:31AM
oh thank goodness you like V1, you're meant to lol Smile

V2 is just if anyone wants to mod the original to show me how its really done !

colmar 9 42 35 Scotland
12 Nov 2009 12:33AM
Grand image captured and processed so well thanks for sharing Colin
I like this photo it is very striking and immediately grabbed my atentionas I was flicking through. I think V1 is definately best. I have uploaded a modification. Part of the problem with infrared can be the contrast and the dynamic range with all the white folliage. One way round it which to an extent replicated the "glow" of Kodak infrared film is to duplicate the layer and apply a Gaussian blur to it. In the mod I did I used a radius of 9.5 for the blur. Then reduce the opacity of the layer to between 30 and 40%. This reduces the contrast and gives the glow. Before doing that I put in an adjustment layer to alter the levels for the sky to try and make it a bit more dramatic.
riprap007 12 1.6k 37 England
12 Nov 2009 1:31AM
I think that this is perhaps your most confident conversion, David's mod works a treat for this to, looking very like film stock IR
andy210966 8 4 119 Wales
12 Nov 2009 1:53AM
You've certainly achieved a great result here Diana! Nice work!

Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
12 Nov 2009 2:17AM
Lovely work Diana. Like both but V1 the most. We have similar titles, are you on a trip too?...........Sandy
Bazman 7 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2009 6:02AM
Nice work.
TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
12 Nov 2009 10:00AM
Very effective, Diana, works well...think V1's got to be my fave.
TrevB Smile
12 Nov 2009 5:19PM
Great effect and a great scene.Nice work.
Diana 9 2.0k 19 Netherlands
12 Nov 2009 8:00PM
thanks for the comments and tips I have put another one up now using that technique northen licht (David ) did in that fab mod

thanks for your time modding David and the instructions too

JohnH37 10 1 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2009 8:55PM
Beautiful effect and scene
MickS 11 23 14 England
15 Nov 2009 2:57PM
Watcha Diana,
infra red int my thing, well, all right, I'd try it with infrared film or a digital modified to pass infrared, but to simulate it, it's no different to simulated cyanotype, whatever. However, have you tried home - techniques - infrared? there are six articles on the subject there; also, Pete has this excellent article: Pinhole Magic, in it he refers to the diffuse glow filter and its use in infrared, might be helpful.
Ps, oh, fair old picSmile

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